WASH, Food Security and Nutrition Project

WASH, Food Security and Nutrition Project

Project WASH, Food Security and Nutrition Project
Started on (Date) December’16
Phased out (Date) / Continuing April’17
Funded by Unicef
Implementing Partner NGO Forum
Working area Islampur and Dewangonj in Jamalpur District
Objectives To support flood affected population having access to flood resilient WASH (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) services and ensure improved access to nutritional services among children under age five and pregnant and lactating women (PLW).

 

Key interventions
  • # Screening for malnutrition children among under five,
  • # Screening 3000 PLW,
  • # Cash transfer of Tk. 3,500 of admitted for SAM treatment,
  • # Unconditional Cash Transfer Tk.1,500/family for 2000 Pregnant and Lactating Women,
  • #  IYCF  session conducted,
  • # Joint Field Vis,
  • # Organized Cooking Demonstration,
  • # emergency resilience improved latrines  constructed,
  • # 160 latrine for people with different needs (elderly, child and disable)  constructed

 

Result of intervention
  1. # Improved nutritional status among children with Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) referral and treatment
  2. # Improved nutritional knowledge on Infant and Young Children Feeding (IYCF) practice among mothers
  3. # Safe water options ensured for most affected communitie

 

Project outcome
  • # 37,500 people (7,500 HHs) in the most affected communities of Jamalpur have access to flood resilient WASH services
  • # Improved nutritional status of under five children as well as pregnant and lactating women

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Assistance for Flood affected Women and Girls under Humanitarian Assistance

Assistance for Flood affected Women and Girls under Humanitarian Assistance

Project Assistance for Flood affected Women and Girls under Humanitarian Assistance
Started on (Date) November’16
Phased out (Date) December’16
Funded by UNFPA
Implementing Partner UNFPA
Working area Dewangonj
Objectives
  • To increase the access to multi-sectoral services for prevention of GBV and mitigation impact of GBV for the most vulnerable women and girls, to ensure their safety and dignity.
  • To strengthen the coordination at the upazila (sub-national) level, including integrating GBV prevention and mitigation.

 

Key interventions
  • # WFS established and functioning,
  • #  Community Watch Group Formation ,
  • #Formation of Community Watch Group (CWG) ,
  • # Community Watch Group (CWG) Orientation,
  • # Dignity kits distribution,
Project outcome
  • # 31 women and girls received one to one counseling,
  • # 17 cases referred in the relevant service providers among 05 cases responded and solved.
  • # 17 Group counseling session conducted with 274 participants on the issues of Pregnancy care and risk, risk on the disaster, violence against women and sickness.

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SHOUHARDO II Program

SHOUHARDO II Program

Project SHOUHARDO II Program
Started on (Date) 1st  faze 2006 -2010,   2nd  faze  2011- 2015
Phased out (Date)  1st  faze  2010,   2nd  faze   2015
Funded by USAID
Implementing Partner CARE Bangladesh
Working area Dewangonj, Islampur&Modergonj
Goal and Objectives Goal :Transform the lives of 370,000 Poor and Extreme Poor (PEP) households in 11 of the poorest and most marginalized districts in Bangladesh by reducing their vulnerability to food insecurity”.

Objectives:

  • SO 1 – Livelihood: “Availability of” and “access to” nutritious foods enhanced and protected for 370,000 PEP households.
  • SO 2 – Health, Hygiene and Nutrition: Improved health, hygiene and nutrition status of 281,000 children under 2 years of age.
  • SO 3 – Empowerment: PEP women and adolescent girls empowered in their families, communities, and Union Parishad.
  • SO 4 – Institutional Strengthening: Local elected bodies and government service providers’ responsiveness and accountability to the PEP increased.
  • SO 5 – Disaster Management and Climate Change: Targeted community members and government institutions are better prepared for, mitigate, and respond to disasters and adapt to climate change.
Key interventions
  • # Field crop production,
  • # Comprehensive Homestead Development (CHD),
  • # Fish Culture,
  • # Income Generating Activities-IGA,
  • # Vaccination Program,
  • # Training on Capacity building of CHV,
  • # Workshop with health & family planning department,
  • # Mothers to mothers support group training,
  • # World Health Day Observation,
  • # Food/Ration distribution,
  • #Youth Campaign,
  • # Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD),
  • # CAP,
  • # Leadership development training for VDC members,
  • # UDCC meeting,
  • #Open budget Meeting,
  • # Training on Capacity building with UDV,
  • # NFI distribution,
  • # National Disaster Preparedness Day observation,
Result of intervention
  1. # Beneficiaries have been skilled about crop production and stories,
  2. #  Women’s have been involved IGA

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Provision of Life Saving Child Protection & Emergency Education Services to the Flood Affected People

Provision of Life Saving Child Protection & Emergency Education Services to the Flood Affected People

Project Provision of Life Saving Child Protection & Emergency Education Services to the Flood Affected People

 

Started on (Date) October’17
Phased out (Date) December’17
Funded by Unicef
Implementing Partner Unicef
Working area Islampur&Dewangonj
Goal and Objectives To recover access to child protection and emergency education services for 5000 most vulnerable children in the flood worst affected areas in Jamalpur
Key interventions
  • # CFS selection and Establishment support,
  • # CFSs maintenance,
  • # Engaging children in CFSs with psychosocial and development activities by Animators
  • # Children Selection for Case management,
  • # Message dissemination in the outreach/Community by volunteers,
  • # Flow-up dropout children to school
Result of intervention
  1. 17128 children registered by CFSs. Out of children to the related center 4833
  2. 1183 courtyard meeting by volunteer Total participants 18107( Female -14117 and Male -3990)
  3. All teachers and  local elite were  played   vital role  to establish CFS  in flood affected areas
  4. Good relationship with Educational department
  5. Many dropped out children are going to school regularly through volunteers.
  6. Guardians were cordial
  7. Children  attendance at school  increased

 

Project output Output 1:5000 affected children have restored access to the child protection service

Output 2: Psychosocial care and support and strengthening family resilience extended through case management and referral to access to services

Output 3: 5000 children in the CFSs in the worst affected areas will receive education in emergencies kits to ensure continuity of education for children

 

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Juvenile Justice Program(JJP)

Juvenile Justice Program(JJP)

Project Juvenile Justice Program(JJP)
Started on (Date) 2002
Phased out (Date) 2013
Funded by MnuserJonno Foundation (MJF)
Implementing Partner FIVBB
Working area All upozila in Jmalpur&Sherpurand Mymensing, Netrokona,.Kisorgonj, Tangail district
Goal and Objectives To strengthen children act and child protection through police department, local elite,  NGO and with related administration .
Key interventions
  • #  Mothers & Child group formation & meeting,
  • # Task force meeting,
  • #  Meeting with DSS,
  • # Training for risky children,
  • # Life skill training,
  • # Jail visit
Result of intervention
  1. # Children’s Have been skilled ,
  2. # Relationship have been  increased children’s group leader & local administration and DSS,
  3. # Children’s involved with work after training.
Project outcome
  • #  no children in Jail,
  • #  Police department is positive roll play after arresting children
  • # Children’s have been awarded about their rights

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Maternal Yang Child Nutrition Security Initiative  (MYCNSI ) Project

Maternal Yang Child Nutrition Security Initiative (MYCNSI ) Project

Project Maternal Yang Child Nutrition Security Initiative  (MYCNSI ) Project
Started on (Date) 2012
Phased out (Date) 2013
Funded by EU &Unicef
Implementing Partner Care Bangladesh
Working area Islampur and SarisabariUpozila in Jamalpur District
Objectives “Stunting among young children (0-36months) will be reduced by 5 percentage points, and anaemia in young children (0-23months) and pregnant women will be reduced by one-third.”
Key interventions

 

 

 

 

 

  • 8 days residential ToT for 2 staff (FC and PM) on  community focused approach counseling on maternal  nutrition and IYCF, anaemia, CMAM, C-IMCI,
  • 6 days residential training for 480 CHNVs on community focused approach counseling on maternal nutrition, IYCF, anaemia, CMAM and C-IMCI, # IYCF,
  • Participation with IYCF Micro plan,
  • 1 Day Training  for CG Members,
  • World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) observation,
  • Folk Song,
  • Day long Mother Support group Training,
  • Seed &  fencing/caring  Support for Gardening (2 times,),
  • Duck Support  (10 Duck, Duck House/Feed),
  • IGA Seed Money  6000/-
Result of intervention
  1. # Stunting and anaemia objectives reflected in US activities
  2. # Integrated IYCF action plans in place and endorsed by all stakeholders
  3. #  Master trainers with skill to implement training
  4. # Supervisors capable of providing support
  5. # Workers/volunteers with skills to implement the package
  6. # Volunteers undergo 1 day/month refresher training
  7. #  Peer support groups and household counseling active at community level
  8. # Sick children referred
  9. # Uncomplicated SAM cases treated at community
  10. # “Tippy-tap” set up in homes, community based institutions
  11. #  EC material visible in community/household
  12. # Planned advocacy events attended by targeted stakeholders
Project outcome
  • # Homestead Gardening,
  • #  The selected beneficiary interested on livelihood activities.
  • # They are fond of also the training on business plan, IGA,
  • #  Skills Development training changed the mothers empowered with financial sustainability.,
  • #  Positive the IYCF and hygiene practice.

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Ending Child Marriage

Ending Child Marriage

Project Ending Child Marriage
Started on (Date) March’2014
Phased out (Date) Aprtil’2015
Funded by Unicef
Implementing Partner Unicef Bangladesh
Working area Jamalpur Sador & Sarisabari -Upozilla in Jamalpur District.
Goal and Objectives to end the child marriage from Jamalpur Sadar and Sarishabari Upazila
Key interventions
  • Training for UF & CHV,
  • Two days orientation for WDC,
  • Micro Plan and Social Map prepare,
  • Collection  Adolescent  list and sent to DC, SP
Result of intervention
  1. Collected 10-19 years old adolescents list ,
  2. Reduced early marriage,
  3. UP chairman, Member don’t give illegal birth certificate.
  4. Without birth certificate is not marriage register.
Project outcome
  • Developeda database of  47500 adolescents (10-19 ) years old,
  • Completed 100 micro plans at ward level for ending child marriage,
  • prepared social map,
  • Developed yearly Action plan for ending child marriage each ward.

 

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Maternal, Neonatal and Child Survival (MNCS) Interventions

Maternal, Neonatal and Child Survival (MNCS) Interventions

Project Maternal, Neonatal and Child Survival (MNCS) Interventions
Started on (Date) 2008
Phased out (Date) 2012
Funded by AusAID
Implementing Partner Unicef Bangladesh
Working area Sherpur District
Goal and Objectives “To reduce maternal-neonatal and under-five child mortality”
Key interventions
  • Household visit,
  • Pregnant Mother visit,
  • Local Level Planning and Coordination (LLP,
  • Micro plan development for MNCSWC, Union &Upazilla level,
  • Basic training on ENC & PNC Package for MNCSP,
  • 1 day orientation for Opinion leaders,
  • Basic ANC training for paramedics/staffs,
  • Monthly Co-ordination meeting with CS, DDCC, UDCC,
Result of intervention
  1. Children protected by valid immunization
  2. Care givers  practiced  a set of essential child care behaviors
  3. Under-five children with pneumonia, malaria and neonatal sepsis will receive appropriate treatment
  4. Children protected from micronutrient deficiency by vitamin A supplements, deworming tablet and iodized salt.
Project outcome
  • Having knowledge and skilled MNCS staffs & Promoters,
  • Active  CCMG& MNCSWC.
  • Close coordination among GoB, NGOs and other stakeholders.
  • Improved status of Local Govt. involvement and coordination.
  • Government initiatives for functioning community Clinics.

 

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