Health & Nutrition

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application/pdfENGINE’s nutrition support change rural mother's life Beseatu and her family is one the beneficiaries of ENGINE’s project poultry and homestead gardening interventions aimed to improve maternal and child nutrition within the first 1,000 days of life. To improve her children’s diet diversity, Beseatu received 10 hens and 2 cockerels of improved breed and was trained on poultry management. She learned to prepare homemade feed by mixing nutritious ingredients.01/06/2015327KB
application/pdfCase Study of Rabia Ahmed Afar Region, Ethiopia June 2013Rabia Ahmed, 24 has been working for Save the Children as OTP officer for the last two months in Elidaar District, in Afar Region. She mainly provides technical support to health posts and health centres to properly treat children and mothers with moderately acute malnutrition.27/02/2014174KB
application/pdfCase Study of Muru Mohammed Afar Region, Ethiopia June 2013Muru Mohammed is currently seven months pregnant and has a two year old son Andahey Ahmed. Her husband lives in Asayita Woreda which is 170 kms away from Elidaar where she currently lives with her son.27/02/2014174KB
application/pdfCase Study of Hawi Ali Afar Region, Ethiopia June 2013Hawi is Ahmed’s aunt who has brought him to the Asayita hospital for treatment for severe acute malnutrition. They live in a small rural village called Mamule in Afar region. Ahmed, two years and four months old has been in the SC centre for the past eight days.21/02/2014176KB
application/pdfCase Study of Hassen Ibrahim Afar Region, Ethiopia June 2013Hassen Ibrahim is a clinical nurse by profession working in the under five clinic in the Elidaar health centre in Afar region. He has been recently trained by Save the Children on Outpatient Therapeutic Program (OTP) and SC treatment protocol.21/02/2014176KB
application/pdf Case Study of Fatuma Mussa Afar Region, Ethiopia June 2013Fatuma Mussa is living on the side of the highway connecting Djibouti to Semera town in Afar region lives with her husband and her son Mohammed Issey in their dome-shaped hut. The village where Fatuma lives is severely affected by shortage of water which has forced them to entirely depend on water trucking that is provided by government and non-government organizations like Save the Children.21/02/2014175KB
application/pdfCase Study of Essa Faraga Afar Region, Ethiopia June 2013Essa Faraga, 21, has four children including Itelyn Yous (10 months). They live in a harsh environment, in a district called Elidaar in the Afar Region. Itelyn was severely malnourished and brought to the stabilization centre (SC) for treatment.21/02/2014178KB
application/pdfCase Study of Amina Abadu Afar Region, Ethiopia June 2013Amina’s family is highly dependent on livestock which have been affected by the current drought in Afar. At 21, Amina has two children (Momina Abdela, two, female and Habib Abdela, seven months old, male).19/02/2014178KB
application/pdfNutrition Brief Save the Children targets agrarian and pastoralist communities, working in tandem with the Federal Ministry of Health to ensure that children in Ethiopia have adequate access to nutritional resources.14/02/2014395KB
application/pdfHealth and HIV/AIDS Brief Save the Children aim to improve the health of children and women, particularly those who are poor, disadvantaged, and with limited access to health care across rural, urban, agrarian, and pastoralist settings.14/02/2014693KB
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