KRATIE Province, Cambodia-
Strengthen community-based maternal and early childhood health services.
Improve the nutritional status of malnourished children aged 0-5 years old.
Prevent future malnutrition in children aged 0-5 years old.
Increase support from authorities to address nutritional issues of children aged 0-5 years old.
Identify Malnourished Children through monthly Growth Monitoring Assessments (GMA) of all children aged 0-6 in target villages.
Conduct Nutrition Education and Rehabilitation Program (NERP) sessions: Parents/primary caregivers of malnourished children participate in 12-day NERP program to rehabilitate their children, followed by regular home visits for the rest of the month, repeating the program in the following month if the child has not gained sufficient weight.
Family Nutrition Training with fathers and grandmothers of children aged 0-5.
Coordination with Relevant Stakeholders to provide structural support to families with at-risk or malnourished children, such as WASH infrastructure, and household gardens to collect fresh macronutrient-foods for better child health.
Conduct Behavior Change Communication Campaign: based on findings of project research, combine both multimedia and traditional media to get health messages through to target villages.
Empower citizens through education on their rights to social services.
Strengthen partnerships between sub-national administrators (SNAs) and citizens.
Enhance the accountability of SNA's and local service providers such as Commune Primary Schools, Commune Health Centers, and Commune Councils.
Creating access to information and budgets - Providing citizens with information about policies, standards, budgets, and performance data related to a core set of public services - initially, communes, health centers, and primary schools - on an annual basis.
Citizen Monitoring - Introduces annual facilitated citizen monitoring of these services with a view to promoting citizens' voices, productive dialogue between citizens and public officials/service providers, and improving collective actions.
Facilitation and Capacity Building - Supporting the successful implementation of Activities 1 and 2 by training local actors in I-SAF-related themes to act as a bridge between citizens and state actors.
Educating and Monitoring - tracking progress and results of the program, documenting lessons and using this learning to improve practices and policies over time.