The project will provide a comprehensive and integrated package of primary health services, as well as reproductive and nutrition services that target the most vulnerable individuals in the community. Through the support of the existing health structures as well as building the capacity of health staff, the project will gradually link relief to development and enhance the resilience of the community and health structures to future shocks in the system. The project will undertake the Community Management of Malnutrition Approach (CMAM), thus providing assistance in a community participatory manner, and will target both Children U5 (CU5) and Pregnant and Lactating Women (PLW). As a result of this response the project will have improved utilization of essential health services by the IDPs and isolated host communities, especially women and children and also will have a reduced prevalence of acute malnutrition in CU5 and pregnant and lactating women with a shared responsibility for malnutrition and health issues between local authorities, IDPs, and host community members.
- Provide capacity building training to mid-wives and female health care workers in identification and treatment of SGBV, PNC & ANC (Prenatal Care and Antenatal Care), as well as behavior change communications.
- Provide dignity kits to female survivors and SGBV Provide routine vaccination for CU5.
- Conduct gender sensitive basic repair upgrading of the targeted health facilities and provide nonmedical equipment and supplies.
- Support reproductive healthcare services through counseling of married women seeking for family planning service.
- Provide health awareness material to beneficiaries through focused awareness sessions that include awareness on SGBV, where to report cases/risk and how to access care and other services.
- Support health services through emergency mobile medical teams (EMMT) providing integrated health services.
- Support reproductive health services including emergency obstetrics, new born and sexual or gender-based violence care.
- Consultation and treatment provided in a gender sensitive way to women, men, girls and boys for control of communicable and non-communicable diseases, including curative care like IMCI, and EPI.
- Provide secondary health referral vouchers to severe cases.
- Screen CU5 for SAM and MAM using MUAC and Z-Score.
- Enroll CU5 with MAM & malnourished PLW in Target Supplementary Feeding Program.
- Enroll CU5 with SAM in Outpatient Therapeutic Program (OTP).
- Provide nutrition awareness material to beneficiaries through focused awareness sessions.
- Establish IYCF corners in targeted health facilities.