Fighting child malnutritionAddis Abeba - Etiopia
Totale finanziato €100%finanziato
Aziende con impegno clienti 2.954€
Quelle persone che in maniera naturale hanno tratto beneficio dalle azioni portate avanti dal progetto
Quelle persone identificabili che ricevono un effetto potenziale dalle azioni portate avanti dal progetto.
- Materiali 2.954€
- Totale 2.954€
Malnutrition is one of the leading causes of infant death in children under five. And in countries such as Chad, Central African Republic, Ethiopia and South Sudan, it is particularly difficult to ensure that refugees fleeing conflict in their countries have access to nutrient-dense foods and therapeutic nourishment that enable them to survive and live a healthy life in The field to which they arrive.
In addition, since 2014, the food crisis has particularly hit these. Food rations have been reduced by up to 50%, leaving children and adults vulnerable to malnutrition, trying to survive with only 800 calories a day.
All people need a nutritious diet and hydration to be healthy, especially for children in their first months of life, to ensure their proper growth and development
To minimize the effects of nutritional deficiencies and malnutrition, UNHCR has the Food and Nutrition Program to provide quality food to more than 2.5 million refugees in these four African countries.
Detection of cases of malnutrition and illness on the arrival of refugees.
Distribution of nutritional supplements for children under 5 and pregnant or lactating women.
Counseling and support for pregnant women, first-time mothers and / or nursing mothers.
Ensure nutritional monitoring for children under 5 years of age.
Chi ne trarrà beneficio?
With 3.000€, 200 undernourished refugee children in Ethiopia will have therapeutic milk for a month.
Obiettivi del progetto
To ensure that refugees from South Sudan have access to nutrient-rich foods and therapeutic nourishment that enable them to survive and lead a healthy life.
UNHCR/ACNUR è pienamente conforme ai 9 principi di trasparenza e buone pratiche analizzati dalla Lealtad Foundation