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application/pdfThe best start: Supporting minority language speaking childrMyanmar is ethnically and linguistically extremely diverse. Most children in the ECCD programs in the States are not exposed to the second language (Myanmar) at home. National policy is that schools are conducted in the Myanmar language. Therefore the second language needs to be taught so that children are equipped with a minimum level to start school.22/02/201626KB
application/pdfLEARN Technical BriefImproving Nutrition Outcomes through Food Security & Livelihoods Programmes05/09/2014130KB
application/pdfNational Nutrition Month - Child NutritionIn Myanmar, the entire month of August has been set aside by the Government as National Nutrition Month. Week 2 focuses on the importance of nutrition among children under age 5. This cartoon highlights the importance of child nutrition, and explains how food security and livelihoods programmes can help promote good nutrition for young children.This was created as part of the LEARN project. Save the Children, in collaboration with Action Contre la Faim (ACF) and Helen Keller International (HKI), are working with LIFT and its implementing partners to strengthen and develop more nutrition-sensitive food security and livelihood interventions through the 3-year project. Find out more here: http://www.lift-fund.org/nutritionlearn12/08/2014288KB
application/pdfNational Nutrition Month - Iodine DeficiencyIn Myanmar, the entire month of August has been set aside by the Government as National Nutrition Month. Week 4 focuses on eliminating iodine deficiency disorder. This cartoon explains iodine, the consequences of iodine deficiency, and explains how food security and livelihoods programmes can help prevent micronutrient deficiencies, created as part of the LEARN project. Save the Children, in collaboration with Action Contre la Faim (ACF) and Helen Keller International (HKI), are working with LIFT and its implementing partners to strengthen and develop more nutrition-sensitive food security and livelihood interventions through the 3-year project. Find out more here: http://www.lift-fund.org/nutritionlearn28/08/2014308KB
application/pdfNational Nutrition Month - Pregnant and Lactating MothersIn Myanmar, the entire month of August has been set aside by the Government as National Nutrition Month. Week 3 focuses on the importance of nutrition among pregnant and lactating mothers. This cartoon presents nutrition tips for mothers, and explains how food security and livelihoods programmes can help promote good nutrition for pregnant and lactating women, created as part of the LEARN project. Save the Children, in collaboration with Action Contre la Faim (ACF) and Helen Keller International (HKI), are working with LIFT and its implementing partners to strengthen and develop more nutrition-sensitive food security and livelihood interventions through the 3-year project. Find out more here: http://www.lift-fund.org/nutritionlearn20/08/2014319KB
application/pdfNational Nutrition Month - Exclusive BreastfeedingAugust 1 to 7 is World Breastfeeding Week. In Myanmar, the entire month of August has been set aside by the Government as National Nutrition Month. This cartoon highlights the benefits of breastfeeding, and explains how food security and livelihoods programmes can help promote exclusive breastfeeding.This was created as part of the LEARN project. Save the Children, in collaboration with Action Contre la Faim (ACF) and Helen Keller International (HKI), are working with LIFT and its implementing partners to strengthen and develop more nutrition-sensitive food security and livelihood interventions through the 3-year project. Find out more here: http://www.lift-fund.org/nutritionlearn12/08/2014322KB
application/pdfKinship Care MyanmarHandbook03/03/20141MB
application/pdfPromoting Harm Reduction Programmes through Peer Workers The harm reduction programme for people who inject drugs are funded through grants from the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria and the 3MDG fund. Save the Children's partners, through the Global Fund, are implementing harm reduction interventions in 21 townships in four states/regions in Myanmar. Key services for people who inject drugs include MMT, needle and syringe programme, HIV counselling and testing, primary healthcare and HIV care and treatment. 05/02/20152MB
application/pdfNutrition and Food Security Assessment of the Dry ZoneNew Findings on 2013 Food Security, Poverty and Nutrition Survey in Myanmar’s Dry Zone.17/03/20142MB
application/pdfReaching out to meet the needs of HIV affected communitiesSupported by the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria through Save the Children, Population Services International and Medecins Du Monde operate a drop-in centre which is opened 9 to 5 every day of the week. It provides a place for all members of the targeted communities to come and receive information and engage in educational activities, meet with their peers in support groups or to socialize in a safe place. 11/12/20142MB
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