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RRM Wash and Nutritiom


Nutrition service activities are ongoing at the local government Area of new marte , MonClub/UNICEF within the period as noted that the IDPs living in host communities and camps are still struggling with having access to food and Nutrition intervention.

Within the period, Monclub/UNICEF has carried out several activities to promote nutrition to the affected population in New Marte LGA with a total number of 339 SAM cases children from 6-59 months, 250 SAM kits were given to the caregivers for proper hygiene practices.

Additionally, 467 women received IYCF counseling in both IDPs camp and Host community within this period, mother to mother focus group discussion is going on with a total number of 75women (25 pregnant women, 25 lactating women with children aged 6-24months, 25 older women of childbearing age) in attendance at the communities and IDP camps.

The meetings were held under strict adherence to namely:

⦿ Know the type of food to be given to children at different stages from birth to 24 months and how to prepare those food,

⦿ Know the importance of nutrition contents of those food,

⦿ Be able to prepare it in a proper way in order to maintain a proper health benefit.

Conclusively, detergents were given to the caregivers at the end of the program. The meeting is facilitated by support group lead Mothers in support with promoters.


The following were achieved during the duration of the projects namely:

⦿ 10 {units}of latrines were Constructed

⦿ 10 blocks of single latrines were Rehabilitated in the Host communities.

⦿ Rehabilitation of 3 solar boreholes was carried out within new marte LGA.

⦿ Drilling of 4 Hand pumps.

⦿ Also 250 dignity kits were Distributed to the most vulnerable in new marte WASH.

⦿ Sensitization, Door to Door, Focus group discussion, in 3 Host communities and 3 IDPS Camp.

⦿ Registration of 16 Households 49 individuals of new arrivals to the Kobo tools.

UNICEF Nigeria Mandate

UNICEF is committed to realizing the rights of all children to help them build a strong foundation and have the best chance of fulfilling their potential. We believe that ensuring a happy and healthy child begins before birth: from ensuring his/her mother has access to good neonatal care and delivering in a clean, safe environment to reaching adulthood as a responsible, healthy, and informed parent to the next generation. This journey relies on a child having access to shelter, good nutrition, clean water and sanitation, healthcare, and education.

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