Community Based Management of Acute Malnutrition – CMAM 01





    Community Based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) 1st August – 31st October 2012 – South Waziristan FATA


    Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) project was implemented in South Waziristan Agency, FATA with financial and technical assistance of World Food Program (WFP).

    The project was implemented in three Tehsils; Wana, Sararogha and Sarveikai. The targeted community and direct beneficiaries were children under 5 – years of age and Pregnant & Lactating women of the South Waziristan Agency FATA.

    RAHBAR established 13 Nutrition Health Facility Centers, 07-NHFCs in Wazir belt while 06-NHFCs in Mehsood belt. Priority was given to local staff for effective project implementation and support role. During three months period, the organization benefited affregate poplulation through its estabalished 13-NHFCs as follows;

    • 85078 (54692 – Children and 30386 – Pregnant/Lactating women) screened and measured on defined WFP MUAC’s criteria.
    • 2016 OTP severe-malnourished children <5-years of age were admitted for proper medication and supplementary feeding program.
    • 6875 SFP moderate-malnourished children <5-years of age were admitted for proper and defined supplementary feeding program.
    • 4925 SFP/PLW pregnant/lactating moderate-malnourished women, were admitted for proper supplementary feeding program
    • 6849 SFP children, 1983 OTP children and 4890 SFP/PLW pergnant & lactating women were followed up for 2nd, 3rd, 4th visit.