IDO is currently implementing Nutrition services for U5 children and P/LW in east and south Darfur, funded by UNICEF and WFP for Children under five and pregnant and lactating women in 5 nutrition centres.
The services includes OTP , TSFP and MAM prevention, and it is an ongoing program.
Community Response training:
NIDO implemented community training funded by World Vision on health services focusing on nutrition that in order to promote their attitude and behaviour change such as (breastfeeding, complementary feeding, control of Vitamin A deficiency, sick child feeding etc…) conducted training in different localities ( Marshing, Otash and Diriege camp.
NIDO implemented paediatric, women wards, 1 office, 2 halls, 2 toilets and 1 bath room in Ed Alfursan Hospital in 2016.
Integrated Health and Nutrition Project:
NID is currently implementing community outreach services which facilitating the way of finding the nutrition defaulters, conducting sessions and health messages and encouraging the P/Lw to come to the centers for further follow up. This program has been running since 2015 up to date and it is supported by IMC in deferent camps (Kalm, Alsalam and Alsereef).
In Alsalam locality, ARC is providing community outreach services that including sessions and health messages, TFC and PLW tracing defaulters, awareness among the community specially during the public campaigns (EPI) and epidemics.