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Project ID 00077662 Description Sudan CHF – Nutrition – UN Age
Fund
Sudan Humanitarian Fund
Start Date *: 23 Feb 2011
Theme
Nutrition
Project status Financially Closed
Country Sudan Participating Organization   Multiple
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Sector lead agency

UNITED NATION CHILDREN FUND

Sector member organizations

ARC, Almanar, CAM,  CIS, Concern, CRS,  GOAL, GRC/SRCS, Help Age,  ICRC, IMC, NCA,  Medair,  Merlin,  MOH, , SRC , Relief International, SABA, Samaritan Purse,  SPCR, Tear Fund,   Save the Children Sweden,  World Relief, UNHCR, UNICEF, WFP, WHO, WVI, (DATA, Sawaid Health Organization, Mayo Clinic)

Sector objectives

¨   Contribute to improved access to acceptable quality of prevention, care, and treatment of acute malnutrition for populations with critical nutrition situations or conflict affected areas.

¨   Contribute to the strengthening of MoH and partners capacity to identify, prepare for and respond to and mitigate nutrition problems  in emergencies;

-    Expansion of women’s and children’s access to evidence based high impact and feasible nutrition related services for populations in crisis by empowering communities and finding durable solutions

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