Bu Ali Rehabilitation and Aid Network (BARAN) is a nongovernmental, non-political and independent organization. BARAN has been established in 27.7.2006 registered with the Ministry of Economy (MoEc), Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), Ministry of Education (MoE) , Ministry of labour, Social Affairs, Martyrs and Disabled (MoLSAMD) in order to deliver standard health care, social and educational services including conducting researches. Special attention is given for the community development by promoting capacity building programs.
BARAN is currently implementing this project to helps in engaging target communities in the process of nutrition Programme planning and implementation at village level, thereby increasing coverage and awareness of communities on
The project aims to:
Improve the capacity of CHW and other community volunteers such as Family Health Action Group (FHAG) members to provide age-appropriate and gender-sensitive community-based nutrition services.
Increase capacity of community mobilizers (such as health shura members, Community Health Supervisors (CHSs), Community Led-Total Sanitation (CLTS) facilitators, agricultural extension workers, etc. to increase participation and linkage to support community nutrition mobilization and monitoring at the community level.
Increase knowledge and awareness of mothers, fathers, adolescents, child caregivers, and family members on key nutrition practices and behaviors.
Effective and efficient program management to strengthen the relationship and linkage of communities (women, men, and influential community leaders) and health facilities and early detection of malnutrition cases in the communities.
This project is funded by UNICEF, started in January 2021 and will be ended in December
BARAN is currently implementing this project to increase routine Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) coverage among children residing in rural areas of the Kandahar province through expanding EPI fixed, outreach and mobile services in white and underserved areas. The project aims to increase Penta-3 vaccine coverage, reduce missed opportunities for vaccination and to reach un-immunized and under-immunized children in white and underserved areas through improved access and utilization of
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