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Coronavirus: UNICEF Chad Humanitarian Situation Report

335 trainers and community leaders were coached on COVID-19 prevention, bringing the total number of community members reached to 1,277

Highlights During the reporting period, 38,059 malnourished children were admitted and treated in the supported health centres, bringing the year-to-date total to 146,205 in the provinces targeted by HAC, with a cure rate of 91 percent. 245 children received psychosocial support, including in child-friendly spaces, bringing the year-to-date total to…

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UK Government supports UNICEF Chad in treating over 58,000 Chadian children suffering from severe acute malnutrition

Chad is one of the poorest countries in the world, where major humanitarian crises are made worse by conflict, food insecurity, and health epidemics

The Government of the United Kingdom, through the Department for International Development (DFID), committed another 4 million UK pounds to support UNICEF’s lifesaving interventions to scale up the treatment of severe acute malnutrition in Chad. Minister of State for Africa, Harriett Baldwin says, “This UK aid support will provide a…

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European Union provides €7.6 million to UNICEF to respond to multiple emergencies affecting children in Chad

Health centers at district level will be reinforced with technical staff who will contribute to better monitor the implementation of activities and ensure continuity in quality service provision for children with Severe Acute Malnutrition

The European Union, Chad’s leading humanitarian donor, is renewing its response to the immediate needs of children and women in the country. Through its grant of €7.6 million to UNICEF, it will help improve the lives of 112,500 people, including 91,000 children under the age of five. Thanks to this…