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RFSA Consortium Project (B2C)
PMSAN project (A4B /A4C)
Disaster Risk Reduction (D3U)
BHA North West (B2B)
1. RFSA Consortium Project (B2C)
Celebrated Breastfeeding Week (August 1-7)
Trained midwives working in 12 health facilities for pregnant women, nursing mothers and community leaders
Trained Care groups on “Infant and Young Child Feeding” practices (IYCF)
Trained Social Behavior Change for consortium staff, Community Health Worker and Care groups members
2. PMSAN project (A4B /A4C)
Carried out 24 fresh and dry food coupon distributions. 1,858 beneficiaries were reached on PASAN APROS and 1,244 on GIRE SECALM with an average participation of more than 65% of women. The vouchers are intended to support vulnerable families/households to properly take care of their family through the purchase of local food using a network of 15 selected markets that offer a large variety of local products, mobilizing more than 200 vendors.
Supported training and material distribution to 200 vendors of fresh food products (Fruits, Vegetables, etc.) in the selected markets and stores, as part of the market restructuring process.
Held 4 animated sessions between select vendors and local Agricultural producers in their zones to reinforce market linkages and ensure continuous availability of locally-grown products for the beneficiaries.
Provided training support to nearly 400 beneficiaries as part of planned income generating activities (IGA).
Led follow-up and training in governance and financial education for 251 AVEC/VSLA groups created within the beneficiary communities in order to strengthen capacities and ensure sustainability.
3. Disaster Risk Reduction (D3U)
Developed response plans for 19 school authorities and conducted a multi-hazard analysis.
Trained 36 key persons (Brigadiers DGPC and civil society) to respond to WASH emergencies.
Informed 14,063 people including: 5,806 men and 8,257 women on risks and disaster prevention measures. Provided awareness-raising activities in schools: 245 girls and 129 boys reached.
6 Atansyon Refleks Clubs were created and trained.
Carried out 6 SIMEX (Simulation Exercises) in 6 selected schools.
4. SIDA (F7D)
Designed and updated cash and voucher beneficiary database for family dialogue activities.
Revitalized former JADEN Pam Clubs created during Phase 2 of the project.
Conceptualized impluvium construction.
Held Impluvium Management and Monitoring Committee Training.
Trained vendors for the exchange of vouchers on the market.
5. ICDF (F3A)
Screened 1,307 children under the age of 5, including 712 girls and 595 boys, in the two project communes by Community Health Workers.
Distributed 4,000 packages of enriched flour (AK-1000) to 800 households (32 HHs with pregnant women, 48 with lactating women and 720 with children from 25 months to 59 months.
Organized cooking demonstrations during the past 3 months. These demonstrations were conducting by Community Health Workers with the participation of pregnant women and mothers of children under five and their children to prevent household malnutrition.
Celebrated Breastfeeding Week.
6. BHA North West (B2B)
Managed awareness raising activities on complementary feeding during the first year of life through gathering stations and home visits by the Community Health Workers.
Distributed vouchers to beneficiaries.
Celebrated of Breastfeeding Week.
Screened 4,012 children (2,017 girls, 1,985 boys) in the 3 communes, including 38 SAM (19 girls, 19 boys), 118 MAM (72 girls, 46 boys).
Coached health providers (Brachial perimeter measurement, height, weight, weight/height ratio).
7. CDP (H3H)
Distributed Hygiene Kits for people living with disabilities.
Screened children under 5 and pregnant and breastfeeding women in 4 communes.
Conceptualized rehabilitation of water points and Latrines in Schools and Health Centers in Camp Perrin, Maniche, Cavaillon and Saint Louis du Sud.
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