Life-Saving Targeted Malnutrition Treatment Program for Children in Hinche and St. Marc


Organisation Déclarante:Partenaires en santé Canada
Budget Total ($CAD):$ 700,000
Délai d’exécution: avril 1, 2021 - mars 31, 2023
Statut: Actif
Coordonnées: Marleigh Austin
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Profils des Partenaires et Bailleurs de Fonds


Organisation Déclarante


Partenaires en santé Canada

Organisations Participantes


  • Gouvernement et secteur public

    • Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la Population
  • ONGs

    • Zanmi Lasante

Bailleurs de fonds (Contribution budgétaire totale)


  • ONGs

    • Canadian Foodgrains Bank (50.00%)
    • Presbyterian World Service & Development (50.00%)
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Endroit


Pays - Allocation Budgétaire Totale


Haïti - $ 700,000.00 (100.00%)

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Domaines d'Intervention


Santé - Allocation Budgétaire Totale


Santé & droits sexuels (50.00 %)

Autre - Allocation Budgétaire Totale


Violence sexuelle & sexiste (50.00 %)

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Description


Presbyterian World Service and Development is supporting Partners In Health Canada with a humanitarian nutrition response in Hinche and St. Marc Haiti. This project seeks to deliver a package of evidence-based services for the treatment of acute malnutrition in the communes of Hinche and St. Marc. Food insecurity and malnutrition are driven by many factors in Haiti including poor infant and young child feeding practices; lack of access to clean water and sanitation; high unemployment; and poverty. COVID-19 has also resulted in fewer sources of income for households. The intervention, which ultimately strives to avert malnutrition-related death among children aged 0-59 months, is focused on strengthening nutrition treatments through active case-finding of acutely malnourished children; community-based management, including provision of ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF); and inpatient treatment of children with severe acute malnutrition with medical complications (SAM/MC). As this is a continuation of an existing intervention supported by Foodgrains Bank (project 2747), the priority will be to maintain and enhance the existing intervention’s programmatic and health gains. The project aims to reach 23,809 individuals

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Population Cible


Genre et âge: Non précisé
Population Ciblée Directement: 3,530
Population Ciblée Indirectement: 17,650
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Extrants


3,816 Services delivered
6,782 Services delivered
650 Services delivered
876 Services delivered
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Résultats & Indicateurs


Résultats Attendus


This 24-month project seeks to deliver a package of evidence-based services for the treatment of acute malnutrition in the commune of Hinche. The intervention, which ultimately strives to avert malnutrition-related death among children aged 0-59 months, is focused on strengthening the treatment cascade through active case-finding of acutely malnourished children; community-based management, including provision of ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF); and, inpatient treatment of children with severe acute malnutrition with medical complications (SAM/MC). As this is a continuation of an existing intervention, the priority will be to maintain and enhance the existing intervention’s programmatic and health gains.

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