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Final core group presentation luz

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Final core group presentation luz

  1. 1. RWANDA EXPANDED IMPACT<br />CHILD SURVIVAL PROGRAM- <br />Integrating CMAM with C-IMCI<br />A Partnership of Concern Worldwide, International Rescue Committee and World Relief<br />CORE group meeting - May, 2011<br />
  2. 2. 1/5 of the total population<br />Over 300,000 children under five years<br />
  3. 3. Direct Beneficiaries of the Program<br />CHW-binome<br />Mother<br />Child<br />Health center Manager /HC providers<br />
  4. 4. Strategic Objective<br />Reduce childhood mortality and morbidity <br />using community-based integrated case management of diarrhoea, pneumonia (ARI), fever (malaria), and nutrition (added later) <br />reinforced by <br />social mobilization and behaviour change strategy (Care Groups)<br />
  5. 5. Level of Effort & Key Interventions <br /><ul><li>ORT
  6. 6. Zinc
  7. 7. Feeding practices
  8. 8. Hygiene practices
  9. 9. Prompt treatment
  10. 10. Bed nets</li></ul>Nutrition<br /><ul><li>OTP for SAM
  11. 11. CBNP – PD/H and Com Kitchens
  12. 12. Small scale HH food security support
  13. 13. Technical Support to MOH
  14. 14. Prompt treatment
  15. 15. Early referral of newborns
  16. 16. Vitamin A , Zinc</li></li></ul><li>Why Integrate Nutrition?<br />Malnutrition is known to be a contributing factor in over 35% of all child deaths in Rwanda<br /> 52% of children are stunted, one in five are underweight, and 4.6% are wasted <br />Access to acute malnutrition services was poor<br />MoH recognized the need to identify and address the management of acute malnutrition in the community<br />
  17. 17. Integration at the program level-Community <br />
  18. 18. Integration at the Program level-Health Facility <br />
  19. 19. Management of Acute Malnutrition flowchart<br />Community <br />Health facility <br />CHW conducts home visit/community growth monitoring and assess child with MUAC<br />SAM (Severe Acute)<br />Moderate (MAM)<br />SAM without complications<br />SAM with complications<br />PD hearth/ Community kitchens<br />Refer to health centre for OTP<br />Referral to district hospital for stabilization<br />
  20. 20. Integration at national level – Advocacy<br /><ul><li>CMAM in national nutrition protocol
  21. 21. RUTF added into routine medical supply chain</li></ul>NATIONAL PROTOCOL FOR THE <br />MANAGEMENT OF <br />MALNUTRITION <br />Kigali, on May,2009<br />REPUBLIC OF RWANDA<br />MINISTRY OF HEALTH<br />P.o. Box 84, Kigali<br />www.moh.gov.rw<br />
  22. 22. Impact to Date<br />A number of positive elements emerged from integration of the CMAM approach with Com-IMCI<br />Added value to CSHGP expanded impact<br />National nutrition protocol <br />CMAM services reached and treated over 8,000 Acute Malnourished children <br />Awareness of acute malnutrition (baseline- low in the health agenda) Increased donor funding and available technical support <br />MUAC screening included national vaccination campaigns<br />
  23. 23. Elements & Factors that Facilitated Integration <br />Strong Government commitment - “Emergency Plan to Eradicate Malnutrition” launched in May 2009. <br />Existence of mobilized community network (30,000 non-salaried Community Health Workers)- 2 per village <br />Existence of strong national level technical and policy working groups led by the MOH.<br />Decentralized structure of governance maximized community involvement and mobilization to support integration.<br />
  24. 24. Learning Highlights<br />1. Although CMAM was developed for emergency settings, it has proven to be equally effective in non-emergency<br />3. Network of CHWs integrated into the formal health system and implementing CCM<br />4. CSP strategy provided natural base for CMAM <br />5. No significant improvement in prevalence of acute malnutrition (baseline vs end of project nutrition survey)<br />
  25. 25. What Needs to be Done to Improve Integration<br />Data reporting and integration into national community HIS <br />Collaboration to address the main problems causing malnutrition in the context of integrated approach<br />Design strategies to address barriers to accessing services for malnourished children<br />
  26. 26. Welcome to the Land of Thousand Hills!Thank You<br />

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