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Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Water, a major challenge
Nutrition and Health
Nutrition and health above all is at the heart of our mission.
Food Security and Resources of Existence
Food security and livelihoods for all.
Mental Health, Care Pratices, Gender and Protection
We provide psychological support to the most vulnerable
Mobilise and influence
Risk and Disaster Management
Faced with the accelerating trend in global warming, natural disasters are more frequent and more intense.
We are developing research programmes in response to the problem of hunger in the world.
The Research Programmes are defined based on the needs out in the field. They are conducted in collaboration with international and national scientific partners. Our objective is to improve the quality of our operational programmes out in the field.
Today, the primary objective of our research projects is to improve local commitment to controlling and preventing malnutrition, as well as responding to and preparing for humanitarian emergencies. This objective focuses on three areas:
In 2016, we have continued to implement around thirty research projects out of which 18 are part of our field missions. Our research projects include.
o Sustainable sanitation project
o Project to Identify Water Source in Madagascar Kartz
o Cost Effectiveness Project
o Culti’Africa Project
o Infant Development Project
o Impact Assessment Project, Madagascar
o Project to assess the impact of a short psychosocial operational programme on infants suffering from acute malnutrition after treatment
o “Gain Weight” Project
o Project on malnutrition and infections during infancy in Africa
o Nutrition Effect Assessment Project (NEAP)
o Project on trauma passed from Mother to Infant
o OUADI’Nut Project – Research into the benefits of Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) operational home visit programmes on the results of outpatient treatment of acute malnutrition in infants less than 5 years old.
o MAM’Out Project – Evaluation of seasonal and multi-year monetary transfers for preventing acute malnutrition
o MANGO Project – Design of an alternative general nutrition procedure for outpatient care
o Opti’DIAG Project – Biomedical Research on Optimising Diagnostics and Tracking of Severe Acute Malnutrition
o Grazing Surveillance System in Sahel
o Programme for Mental Health and Healthcare (MHHC)
Position & policy papers, studies, manuals & guidelines, reports
LINK NCANUTRITION CAUSAL ANALYSIS DISTRICT SANITARE D’ABDI,...
LINK NCACHOAM KSANT DISTRICT, PREAH VIHEAR PROVINCE, CAMBODIA 2016
LINK NCANUTRITION CAUSAL ANALYSIS DARI-SUF-BALA DISTRICT, SAMANGAN...