scap specialization and program expertise in specific sectors/areas.
Child Survival and Development
UNICEF initiated the Child Survival and Development through Community Action Process (CSD-CAP or CAP) in Kalat District in 2004.
Community Management for the Acute Malnutrition
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…
School WASH Project 2010-2011
Improving Living Standards of Underprivileged Population through Installation of Home-based Solar Energy Systems, Community Water Supply and Improved Sanitation….
National Nutrition Survey (NNS) 2011
SCAP – Balochistan participated in conduction of National Nutrition Survey ( NNS-2011) with the technical support of Nutrition cell Quetta Balochistan Health Directorate & Aga Khan University at 12- Districts of Balochistan…
Strengthening Comprehensive Nutrition Interventions for Children & Women
With the support of UNICEF Balochistan (Aus AiD). The overall objective of the proposed project is to save lives of malnourished children 6-59 months.
Global Breast Feeding Week
Global Breastfeeding Week is commemorated every year from August 1-7 in the focused areas of Balochistan. The main aims is to create awareness about the importance of breastfeeding for infant and young children…
Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD) Campaigns
Pakistan is a severely iodine-deficient country; with over 70 per cent of the population estimated to be at risk of iodine-related disorders in 1993. Thus achieving iodization is an important part of the Society for Community Action Process’s vision to achieve good nutrition for all children….
Newborn Care through Community Action Process (NBC-CAP)
SCAP – Balochistan with the collaboration Unicef Balochistan (MNCHN – Section) started Community Based Newborn Care through Community Action Process at 3 – union councils of District Quetta at 2- union councils of District Lasbella……
Child Birth Registration Campaigns
Birth registration is the first acknowledgement of a child’s existence as an individual with rights and needs. The SCAP’s project (CSD/CAP Kalat -2004) baseline survey showed birth registration rates in the district to be minimal, with no significant difference between boys and girls…
Prime Minister’s Youth Skill Development program Phase-III (Batch-II) (PMYSDP)
AL- SIRAAT TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER KALAT
National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC)
After successful completion of phase –I and phase –II the Prime Minister’s Youth Skill Development Program
(PMYSDP) phase –III launched to enhance employment opportunities, alleviate poverty and to provide skilled
workforce to large, medium and small scale industry and to meet the international labor market needs.
Balochistan Nutrition Program for Mothers and Children (BNPMC)
Balochistan Nutrition Program for Mothers and Children (BNPMC) aims to contribute in the human development in Balochistan province by improving health outcomes and to address the endemic malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies in province through appropriate large scale interventions. Program also will contribute to achieve MDGs – 1, 4 and 5.
Benazir Nashonuma Program
Pakistan’s high rates of malnutrition (43.7% stunting, 31.5% underweight and 15.1% wasting) are indicative of an on-going child nutrition crisis. Such levels of malnutrition rank Pakistan the second-highest burden country in the region.
Social & Behavior Change Communication
SCAP Balochistan with the support of the Balochistan Human Capital Investment Project (BHCIP) is “Implementing Social & Behavior Change Communication in District Quetta, District Chaghi, District Killa Abdullah, and District Pishin.
Improving Living Standard of Underprivileged Population through Installation of Home Based Solar Energy Systems
The project aimed at improving the living standard of 100 households (approx. 765 community members) in 05 villages of Union Council Desht-e-Gohran, Tehsil & District Kalat, Balochistan, by reducing their dependence on kerosene oil and providing them an alternate source of energy.