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Community Management for the Acute Malnutrition (CMAM)

Project Name:

Community Management for the Acute Malnutrition (CMAM)

Location:

Sibi, Kharan, Nushki, Loralai, Balochistan

Duration of the Project (months):

24

Total Number of Staff-months of the Assignment:

35

Venue:

SCAP HEAD OFFICE QUETTA

Start Date:

2011

Completion Date:

2012

Narrative Description of the Project: 

The entire country facing enormous challenges in ensuring better health and nutrition status of the population, especially in the face of the recent wave of extremism coupled with devastating floods and food insecurity. The NNS- 2011, has revealed that nutritional status of children under five years of age and Pregnant & Lactating women have deteriorated over the last decade. The survey results have shown that at national level 44% under-five children are stunted, while 15% are wasted. The anthropometric indices are relatively worse in rural areas.

SCAP – Balochistan with support of World Food Program (WFP) Balochistan implemented a Community based Management for the Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) at District Loralai, for treatment of acutely malnourished children and Pregnant & Lactating women through appropriate supplementary foods.

For more read report: CMAM District Loralai Report  |  CMAM Districts Sibi, Kharan, Nushki Report.

Milestone Achievements of CMAM:

 

Children

Referal1%
Defaulter10%
Non Recovered17%
Cured72%
Enrollment100%

PLWs

1%
Referal
7%
Defaulter
6%
Non Recovered
86%
Cured
100%
Enrollment

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