We carried out the distribution of Tom Brown powder to children with Moderate Acute Malnutrition (MAM), across eight Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) Camps in the Dikwa and Damboa Local Government Areas (LGAs) of Borno State. This initiative aimed not only to provide nutritional support but also to fortify the resilience of a community grappling with the impacts of protracted conflict.
Through targeted nutritional support, we aimed to lay the foundation for enduring strength among the most vulnerable. The distribution of Tom Brown powder was not a standalone effort. It was aligned with our commitment to strengthening the resilience of the conflict-affected population in Borno by improving access to preventive and curative community-based nutrition services. This is rooted in the belief that sustainable change comes from integrating nutrition services into the fabric of community life. By doing so, we envisioned a future where children not only survive but thrive.
While our efforts marked a crucial step, the journey towards resilience is ongoing. It's a call to collective action, an invitation for communities, organizations, and stakeholders to unite in the pursuit of a healthier, more resilient Borno State. The distribution of Tom Brown powder is not just an event; it's a catalyst for change, a testament to our shared responsibility in building a brighter future.
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