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          1. Health and Nutrition

            Our work: 

            Communicate health messages and improve child care practices

            • Infant and young child feeding, IYCF (exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months, appropriate complementary feeding)
            • Common childhood diseases prevention and management (especially pneumonia, diarrhea)
            • Child injury prevention

            Integrated water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH)

            • Ensure families have clean water supply systems and sanitary toilets.
            • Additionally, integrate with education and communications methods to change behaviors on handwashing and caring practices during child’s diarrhea and pneumonia. 

            Timed and targeted counselling (TTC) for breastfeeding

            • Empower community women health volunteers to support mothers to breastfeed exclusively for the first 6 months, using timed and targeted counselling method. 

            Partnership and advocacy to support breastfeeding and child nutrition

            • Multi-level partnership to strengthen Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative in maternity facilities (ten steps to successful breastfeeding). 
            • Support women empowerment and participation in child nutrition policy implementation at community level. 

            As a result: 

            • About 500 pregnant women and mothers of newborn learned about appropriate time for exclusive breastfeeding and complementary feeding. 
            • Over 160 mothers of children under five years of age learned about effective treatment for child’s diarrhea and pneumonia. 
            • About 28,000 school students and over 20,000 community members learned about prevention of road traffic injuries, falls and drowning among children.
            • About 200 project communities and their members had improved their environment in order to protect their children from having these three types of injuries.  

            OUR Projects