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WORLD VISION HAITI TITLE II MULTI-YEAR ACTIVITY PROGRAM Sak Plen REP: A Community-Based Maternal Child, Health, & Nutrition with Agriculture Interventions.

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1 WORLD VISION HAITI TITLE II MULTI-YEAR ACTIVITY PROGRAM Sak Plen REP: A Community-Based Maternal Child, Health, & Nutrition with Agriculture Interventions Approach

2 Sak Plen REP Key Interventions: Mothers Clubs, Rally Posts, Mobile Clinics, Food DistributionKey Interventions: Mothers Clubs, Rally Posts, Mobile Clinics, Food Distribution Five-year USAID Title IIFive-year USAID Title IIprogram 500,000 beneficiaries over LOA500,000 beneficiaries over LOA

3 Word Vision, a faith and community-based organization, partners with: –Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Haiti (HAS) –Management and Resources for Community Health (MARCH) –Save the Children Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Sak Plen REP

4 Haiti

5 Sak Plen REP: Subpartners Community-based and well-establishedCommunity-based and well-established Respected by community, MOH, and local authoritiesRespected by community, MOH, and local authorities Integrated activitiesIntegrated activities Similar to World Visions MCHN approachSimilar to World Visions MCHN approach

6 Sak Plen REP: Collaboration Wesleyan MissionWesleyan Mission Port-A-Raquet Health ClinicPort-A-Raquet Health Clinic Zanmi La Sante (Partners in Health)Zanmi La Sante (Partners in Health)

7 Take a bite out of malnutrition with the Preventive Nutrition Approach

8 USDA McGovern-Dole Food for Education Program - Afghanistan The Afghanistan school feeding program began in Three main objectives are: –Increase enrollment of school-age children –Improve quality of instruction –Improve the educational infrastructure

9 Increased Enrollment 2003 Baseline enrollment data for Badghis and Ghor provinces: 23,000 boys/No girls 2004: 36,388 students in 115 schools (9,002 girls) 2005: 55,857 students in 130 schools (12,287 girls) 2006: 58,516 students in 160 schools (19,217 girls) 2007: 75,357 students in 210 schools (23,075 girls) - the highest number of girls in school in more than 20 years

10 Improved Quality of Education Teacher training and capacity building Health and Hygiene education Adult literacy classes School kits for teachers and students

11 Improved Educational Infrastructure To date 32 Schools have been built in Badghis and Ghor provinces 6 more will be constructed this year. Classroom school kits including desks, chairs, and other furnishings

12 Thank You! Please Visit our IFAC Exhibit


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