Health & Nutrition

Monday 18 February 2019

Village Community Bank helps a pregnant woman in a health emergency

 

Munamine Coyariatyo, a Traditional Birth Attendant (TBA) and member of the Ratane Community Health Committee (CHC), walked under the sun, navigating the road’s mix of mud and dust. She was on her way to visit 32-year-old Sónia Remane, a mother of three, who at nine months pregnant, was due to deliver her fourth child soon.

Sónia Remane with her husband and baby

Monday 18 February 2019

Village Community Bank helps a pregnant woman in a health emergency

 

Munamine Coyariatyo, a Traditional Birth Attendant (TBA) and member of the Ratane Community Health Committee (CHC), walked under the sun, navigating the road’s mix of mud and dust. She was on her way to visit 32-year-old Sónia Remane, a mother of three, who at nine months pregnant, was due to deliver her fourth child soon.

Sónia Remane with her husband and baby

Tuesday 4 September 2018

Sharona cured of severe chronic malnourishment by Save the Children intervention

Combomune rio, a small village with 1.018 family holders and 4.073 inhabitants. It is situated in the district of Mabalne in the North of Gaza province-Mozambique and it is about 10km away from the nearest reference health center(Combomune). From this point, it is 50 km far from the District headquarter’s health centre. The name “Rio” is due to the fact that this community lies along Limpopo river line, so it is good for agriculture. It does not have means of transport and its population is obliged to walk 10 kms for health services.

Tuesday 28 August 2018

Maternidades em Sofala acreditadas como “Modelo”

Em reconhecimento aos serviços de qualidade prestados, as maternidades do Hospital Distrital de Caia e do Centro de Saúde de Macurungo (Cidade da Beira), em Sofala foram  acreditada como “modelo” pela Primeira-dama de Moçambique, Isaura Nyusi, em Agosto de 2017 e Agosto de 2018, respectivamente .

Tuesday 21 August 2018

Parceiros financeiros do LAN animados com os progressos do projecto

Em Moçambique, a desnutrição crónica, que se manifesta pela falha no crescimento nos primeiros anos de vida é responsável por um terço das mortes em crianças de cinco anos, sendo que as primeiras causas imediatas destas condição são a ingestão inadequada de nutrientes, níveis elevados de infecção e agravidez precoce. Por outro lado estão as dietas monótonas, com deficiência de micronutrientes, que acabam afectando a maioria da população.

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