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    • Team 7 Rachel Heath Joseph Henry Alesia PruittAllison Schauwecker Erica Wilson
    • Oromiya Region, EthiopiaPhotos: http://www.younglives.org.uk/images/countries/ethiopia/ethiopia_map_650.gif 2
    • Program Objective To reduce the rate of Acute Malnutrition in Oromiyan children by disseminating health education through culturally appropriate music and community educators Reducing Oromiyan Acute Malnutrition (ROAM) “Malnutrition is a major underlying and preventable factor in more than 5 million child deaths under the age of five.” – Case Prompt 3
    • Acute vs. Chronic Care Current Acute Malnutrition cases: 126,000 Significantly higher costs (monetarily and workforce) are required to give tertiary care than to provide long- term care Hunger is inherently a chronic condition due to developmental effects seen in children 4
    • Target Population Members of communities within rural areas throughout the Oromiya Region Work with Médecins Sans Frontières to identify communities with high concentration of severe cases  MSF has had feeding programs within the region since 2008 5
    • Plan Outline  Establish working relationships with partners and share data of problem areas  Recruit and train educators and musicians in Addis Ababa  Release music through live tours and radio to initiate program messages  Community educator lead training sessions  Follow up evaluations of adopted practices 6
    • Community Education Identify Community Leaders throughout the targeted communities within the greater Oromiya Region Utilize educated Oromiyans to serve as Community Educators to travel in teams of two throughout the region 7
    • Implemented Drip Irrigation System & Azmari Musician 8Photos: http://www.ideorg.org/OurTechnologies/IDE_DripAlbum.pdf , http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3392/3186347558_00809ae0a8.jpg
    • Musical Diffusion Employ respectable, well-known musicians to establish rapport and inform the public Songs teaching:  Optimal nutrition with available crops  Symptoms and treatment of malnutrition  Water sanitation  Use of animal fertilizer  Drip irrigation systems  Hand washing  Community health educators 9
    • Partnerships Médecins Sans Frontières World Food Programme USAID FDRE Ministry of Health 10
    • Monitoring for Accountability Quantitative  Regional data from existing hospitals and clinics on treatment of acutely malnourished children Qualitative  Assessments by community educators on effectiveness of program practices 11
    • ROAM Breakdown Sites Complete Timeline 2 years training  4 years implementation  2 years training 150 workers villages  75 teams  2 years of follow-up  2 people/team  Adoption of 7,500 villages program practices  1 village/team/wk  Evaluation of health  50 villages/yr/team status of community 12
    • Budget Number per Item Cost Amount Total Cost Site CommunityHealth Workers $4,800 $150 $720,000 2Drip Irrigation $5 $22,500 $112,500 3 Tippy Tap $3 $15,000 $45,000 2 Visual Aids $1 $37,500 $37,500 5Transportation - - $10,000 1Seeds (millet, teff, and pulses) $10 $7,500 $75,000 1 $1,000,000 13
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