Project Summary


Title of Project RACHA in collaboration with Win Food Project
Project ID in FSNIS Database 32
Project Number project no.
Project Description

This Intervention Study is a part of the WINFOOD project approved by the donor is to develop a nutritionally optimizedcomplementary food based on locally available foods. To test the potential impact of theproduct{comma} an intervention study will be conducted among the target group of infants and young children consuming complementary foods (age 6-24 months).

 

The Intervention Study isconducted in Pearing district{comma} Prey Veng province{comma} Combodia{comma} in collaboration with the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) program{comma} which is supported by WFP and RACHA. 

 

Objective of this Intervention Study is to improve the quality of complementary diets of infants and young children{comma} using locally available source foods.

 

This Intervention Study shall be conducted in four arm trials in children on the   formulated locally available foods which are named as WinFood (WF){comma}  WinFood Lite (WFL){comma} CSB+{comma} and CSB++.

 

ACHA conduct health education prior to the food distribution 5 HCs of Peareang OD (Prey Veng province).

Related FSN Categories Not Specified
Main Implementing Agency Not Specified
Collaborating Ministries Health; Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries
Collaborating Organisations and Institutions Reproductive and Child Health Alliance
Project Funding Status Not Specified
Funding Needs Description
Donors Not Specified
Project Start/End Dates 2012-03-13 2012-03-13
Provinces, Districts and Communes worked in
Province Districts Communes
Ministry of Health Provinces, Operational Districts and Health Centre Catchment Areas worked in
Province Districts Communes
Level of Intervention The Department of Post-Harvest Technologies and Quality Control, Fishery Administration, Phnom Penh, Cambodia and Department of
Type of Support/Inputs Provided
  • Training of food agents on nutrition and health education.
  • Deliver health education to the mothers prior to the distribution.
  • Food distribution.
  • Monitoring of attendance and food distributed.
  • Monthly growth monitoring.
Target Group(s) Children 6 – 24 m.o.
Number of Beneficiaries (approximate) Approximately 400.
Source Institution for this Project Data Dr.Chan Ketsana
Project Contact Person Dr.Chan Ketsana
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