High levels of food insecurity leave many children hungry, while the food they have access to often doesn’t contain all the essential nutrients needed to help them grow and develop. Frequent diarrhoea, due to poor access to clean water and sanitation, further aggravates the situation. The majority of the population lives far from a health facility, making early detection and treatment of malnutrition challenging.
Sensitization of the community and creation of awareness of health issues such as HIV and Aids.
Referral communities for health services.
Advocate for the provision of medical supplies from partners.
Carry out polio campaigns.
Training teachers on communication and early identification of diseases.
Conduct baseline surveys.
Organize nutrition campaigns.
Train teachers and parents on local nutritional foods.
Establish feeding centers in schools.