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Presentation JENGA II Project
By Joseph Menakuntuala
GOAL: To sustainably reduce food
insecurity among vulnerable households
in FIZI, UVIRA and KALEHE, South Kivu
Province of ...
JENGA II is…
Targeting 162,500 beneficiaries
31,968
Women
with CU5
2,664
Leader
Mothers
60,000 Farmers
(29% Men and
69% Wo...
HEALTH and NUTRITION SECTORS
Ration
Distributions
Homestead
Garden
IYCF & IMCI
Jenga II Interventions…
Watsan
Committee
Fe...
Jenga II Interventions…
0 280 days 460 days
0
6monthsold
24monthsold
1,000 days
6 months9 months 18 months
• ANC & PNC
• M...
Outputs that lead to visible outcomes
Outcomes
Indicator Baseline
value
Achieved
(sept 2015)
% Change
Food Diversity Score...
To strengthen women’s engagement in
decision-making processes.
To provide opportunities for women to
access trainings, eco...
Outputs that lead to visible outcomes
Outcomes
Indicator Baseline
value
Achieved
(sept 2015)
% Change
% of women managing ...
Improved health and nutrition of
mothers and children
Changing and saving lives…
“My husband and I were
continually in dis...
Better diets through gardening
• "I have been sensitized by the leader
mothers. JENGA II gave me seeds and
training on gar...
Women with increased control of
household resources
“I am proud of my status in my
Household, I feel like a real mother”
“...
“... Here in Lusenda the attendance of
pregnant women to antenatal consultations
was very low but since the mothers of the...
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION
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ADRA’s USAID Title II Food Security programs focus on this window of opportunity through integrated maternal and child health and nutrition strategies and interventions. Maternal and infant immunization in the first 1,000 days of life is also crucial to their protection.

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  1. 1. Presentation JENGA II Project By Joseph Menakuntuala
  2. 2. GOAL: To sustainably reduce food insecurity among vulnerable households in FIZI, UVIRA and KALEHE, South Kivu Province of DRC Overview of JENGA II • Food insecure farming households with increased incomes 1 • Improved health and nutritional status of children under- 5 2 • Increased women’s socio- economic empowerment in food insecure communities 3 • Strengthened community resilience to food security shocks 4 Through 4 Strategic Objectives:
  3. 3. JENGA II is… Targeting 162,500 beneficiaries 31,968 Women with CU5 2,664 Leader Mothers 60,000 Farmers (29% Men and 69% Women) 3,875 Women in WEG 64,263 Children Under Five
  4. 4. HEALTH and NUTRITION SECTORS Ration Distributions Homestead Garden IYCF & IMCI Jenga II Interventions… Watsan Committee Feeding Sessions
  5. 5. Jenga II Interventions… 0 280 days 460 days 0 6monthsold 24monthsold 1,000 days 6 months9 months 18 months • ANC & PNC • Maternal Nutrition • Ration distribution to PLW and CU2 • Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices (IYCF) • Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene • Garden Production CARE GROUPS
  6. 6. Outputs that lead to visible outcomes Outcomes Indicator Baseline value Achieved (sept 2015) % Change Food Diversity Score for women 3.6 4.8 33% Average child dietary diversity for children under five 2.5 5.2 108% Prevalence of Wasting 2.8 0.7 75% % of access to Safe Water 20% 61% 41 %
  7. 7. To strengthen women’s engagement in decision-making processes. To provide opportunities for women to access trainings, economic opportunities (IGA). To reduce their vulnerability to violence. To apply leadership skills to the well- being of their life, family, and community. To promote workload reduction techniques such as cassava slicing machine. Women’s empowerment groups (WEG)
  8. 8. Outputs that lead to visible outcomes Outcomes Indicator Baseline value Achieved (sept 2015) % Change % of women managing at least one of the IGA promoted by the project (beneficiaries) 29.9% 86.4% 56.5% % of women trained in literacy and numeracy 20.5% 94% 73.5% % of women engaged in decision-making in community- based organizations 7% 71.6% 64.6%
  9. 9. Improved health and nutrition of mothers and children Changing and saving lives… “My husband and I were continually in disagreement on the way to space our children. These very tight birth intervals almost led to the death of my child in this photo. This child was enrolled into the food rations program and I participated in nutrition and health trainings. Thanks to JENGA II I have in my arms a new baby of one year and four months without pregnancy.” Sikitu Aimé showing her new baby
  10. 10. Better diets through gardening • "I have been sensitized by the leader mothers. JENGA II gave me seeds and training on gardening techniques. At first I doubted and thought it was too hard. I did not know that this would help me to have vegetables for my family and surplus for sale. ” I get a profit of more than 20 000 FC after selling the surplus. ” Ms. Collectte said, • Collette Selemani is one of the 2,664 LMs that benefited from the Homestead garden established by JENGA II
  11. 11. Women with increased control of household resources “I am proud of my status in my Household, I feel like a real mother” “I am married and have 7 children. I bake to generate income to sustain my family subsistence. In each cycle I am able to buy all the supplies needed and after sales I can get more than 50,000 Fc as profit. Its helping me to provide school fees for my 5 school-age children. This is also helping me to provide an appropriate diet for my children. Now I plan to rehabilitate my house.” Mrs. FAIDA JEANETTE WEG SALAMA/Uvira- Luvungi
  12. 12. “... Here in Lusenda the attendance of pregnant women to antenatal consultations was very low but since the mothers of the community are taught by the Leader mothers were are experiencing good performance of women attendance to antenatal services and childhood illnesses lowered.” M. LUMONA Prospere /Lusenda-Fizi Chief Nursing Lusenda’s heath centre “ Even though I have no school qualification, now I know how to make soap and that was my dream! With this soap and the knowledge from the trainings, we keep ourselves and our children clean” Ms. Elange Esobe Locality: Kasakwa / Fizi Improving management of childhood illnesses
  13. 13. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION
  14. 14. Presentation JENGA II Project By Joseph Menakuntuala

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