Central African Republic

WASH in Nut emergency support to high malnutrition localities in Mbomou district

Central African Republic Emergencies and disaster resilience
April 2021
April 2021

The project aims to strengthen the impact of nutritional care for children under 5 in Mbomou and Basse Kotto prefectures through the implementation of a multisectoral approach, the Wash in Nut, as well as the planned EHA activities aimed at full complementarity and integration with Nutrition interventions in the area. 2 645 people will be direct beneficiaries of the project during the implementation period (7 months).

This project is divided into two parts:

1. Strengthening institutional capacities for the management of SAM

  • Training nutrition professionals in EHA practice
  • Rehabilitation of EHA infrastructure
  • Distribution of EHA supply kits to health facilities (health facilities and mobile clinics)
  • Provision of kits to patients with SAM

2. Strengthening EHA infrastructure and practices at community and household levels in the care of malnourished children

  • Mobilization, community consultation and promotion of hygiene practices
  • Construction and rehabilitation of EHA infrastructure in communities affected by MAS
  • Creation and formation of EHA Infrastructure Management and Maintenance Committees
  • Support for mother/child couples in the management of SAM

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