Project Summary


Title of Project Improving Nutrition Condition and Management Environment Sustainable
Project ID in FSNIS Database 35
Project Number PTEA-Svay R
Project Description

The principal objectives of  the basic nutrition education program are:

-       To enhance the already positive and healthy social characteristics of the majority of young people through reinforcing and building knowledge{comma} and encouraging positive attitudes and values{comma} and healthy and pro-social skills and behavior.

-       increasing women's knowledge about health and nutrition health through training and capacity building of nutrition educators and through links with local health centres

-       Increasing knowledge of reproductive and nutrition health during pregnancy{comma} and child care practices in the target areas.

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The Improving Nutrition Condition and Management Environment Sustainable is unique in terms of its focus on the crosscutting issue of food lacking {comma} into agriculture technical and cash income of poorest households in rural{comma} diversity of participants{comma} and relevance top the current needs of the target groups.  

 

This proposal details the different components; specific activities; methodology; expected results; budget; and proposed timeframe of the Improving Nutrition Condition and Management Environment Sustainable{comma} PTEA’s of the Organization will be practice was activities as like “ Pig raising training{comma} Poultry raising training{comma} Vegetable production training{comma} Agriculture Integrated Farming Systems{comma} Establish 13 Self Help Groups (SHG){comma} Fish raising training{comma} Dissemination Meeting & Agriculture Comparative{comma} Environment Education Training{comma} Environment Education Dissemination Meeting Through Schools{comma} Fish Field Day’s campaign and PTEA staffs capacity building”.

 

Including the basic nutrition education in groups (including topics such as food groups{comma} complementary feeding{comma} vitamins and micronutrients{comma} breast feeding and nutritional needs of young children{comma} nutrition during pregnancy) This will be introduced as a component for all APHEDA-assisted  vocational and agriculture training courses in location a total of beneficiaries.

Related FSN Categories Not Specified
Main Implementing Agency Not Specified
Collaborating Ministries Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries; Education Youth and Sports;Environment; ealth; Rural Development ; Water Res
Collaborating Organisations and Institutions Por Thom Elderly Association
Project Funding Status Not Specified
Funding Needs Description

PTEA of the organization will be needs a budget of 115,332USD; Particularly for PTEA of the Organization will be contributed 12,836, 000rilesin a rate of 3,209USD. So the amount of which requested from funding partners for the project from the development partnersis 112,123 USD. To achieveemts were purpose as like’

-       To enhance the already positive and healthy social characteristics of the majority of young people through reinforcing and building knowledge, and encouraging positive attitudes and values, and healthy and pro-social skills and behavior.

-       increasing women's knowledge about health and nutrition health through training and capacity building of nutrition educators and through links with local health centres

-       increasing knowledge of reproductive and nutrition health during pregnancy, and child care practices in the target areas.

Donors Not Specified
Project Start/End Dates 2007-01-31 2012-02-29
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 Senti Sena( Svay Rieng province), Chet Thor (Prey Veng province), REDA (Rural Economic Development Association), Mekong Plus Sou
Type of Support/Inputs Provided
Target Group(s) To improve food security of 1,875 people (375families), which 843 are women
Number of Beneficiaries (approximate) Around 4,680 devise into 375 farmers and 1820 trainees who attend in animal raising, poultry raising and vegetable production t
Source Institution for this Project Data Mr. POCH MAN
Project Contact Person Mr. POCH MAN
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