The main objective of this project is to provide life-saving WASH, nutrition and child protection assistance to IDPs and host communities members in the broader Lac region of Chad. This UNICEF project provides training on proper WASH practices; screens and treats children for severe acute malnutrition; distributes cash to mothers of children with SAM to purchase soap and other hygiene items; constructs fresh water points and latrines; provides psycho-social support to children affected by the crisis; reunites lost children with their families; reintegrates former child soldiers into local communities; and delivers trainings on the risks of anti-personnel landmines. The project provides life-saving WASH assistance to 50,531 people (including 16,675 women and 17,686 children), life-saving nutrition assistance to 50,176 (including 15,055 women and 30,001 children), and life-saving child protection assistance to 7,840 people (including 2,500 women and 3,140 children).
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|Water, Sanitation and Hygiene