A Reflective End of Project Review Meeting Unveiling Successes and Lessons

A Reflective End of Project Review Meeting Unveiling Successes and Lessons

Every day we remain intentional in our service to humanity. We serve in every sense of it.

 

As we wrap up the 2023 1st Reserve Allocation of the Nigeria Humanitarian Fund of the United Nations Office of Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) which was implemented across 9 LGAs in Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe. It was important to review the implementation with the amazing team on the project and impressive to hear them share amazing results achieved as well as the lessons learnt which positions them for more value-driven interventions and opportunities.

 

 

The scorecard over the last 6 months via this project includes:

  • 3000 pregnant and lactating mothers with children under 23 months were provided with MIYCN support, hygiene, and other key household messages.
  • 1500 children with Moderate Acute Malnutrition were admitted to targeted supplementary feeding programs.
  • 1000 at-risk children were reached with MUAC screening and enrolled into appropriate nutrition support services.
  • 5 OTP centers were established and fully operated in hard-to-reach Damboa and Dikwa LGAs in Borno State.
  • 700 children diagnosed with SAM without complication enrolled and supported through the established OTP Centers.
  • 3000 caregivers trained on at-risk caregivers training on family MUAC approach.
  • 3000 children screened for acute Malnutrition.
  • Community awareness of their rights to services increased to 90%.
  • 15 cooking demonstrations were carried out for mother groups across the target LGAs.
  • 2 Protection and GBV assessments were carried out in Damboa and Dikwa LGAs.
  • 100 practitioners trained on improving Nutrition services in health facilities, stabilization centers, and OTP centers.
  • 100 Health Workers and Community Nutrition Monitors trained on CMAM and IYCF.
  • 250,000 Community people were reached with Community tailored gender and age-appropriate hygiene messages aiming at hygiene behaviours and practices as per sector standards.
  • 50,000 households are continuously provided with safe water in 7 hard-to-reach LGAs.
  • 20 GBV Safety Audits were conducted across locations of implementation in the BAY states.
  • 5000 households provided with WASH NFIs (Hygiene Kits, Replenishment Kits, Cholera Kits, Nutrition Kits, Sanitation Kits and MHM Kits),
  • 7 International Partners (UN & INGOs) supported with Hygiene Kits via the GOALPrime Common Pipeline Services.
  • Primary Health Care Centres (PHCs) in Damboa and Dikwa are supported with over $50,000 worth of essential drugs for onward administering to people of concern across the LGAs

 

The impact of these interventions across the target LGAs cannot be overemphasized.

 

All GOALPrime Organization Nigeria team members are Superstars.

 

We will continue to do very much more.

 

A Better Humanity is indeed Possible.

 

Christopher Chinedumuije Oguegbu (PhD, FBU),

Reader/Associate Professor,

Disaster Management & Humanitarian Studies

&

Country Director/CEO

GOALPrime Organization Nigeria.

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