Health, nutrition and HIV/AIDS assistance

Categories: Humanitarian aid, Republic of Congo

Health, nutrition and HIV-AIDS assistance for approximately 60,000 refugees, mainly from the Central African Republic, as well as for the local population is currently being provided in the Republic of the Congo, in collaboration with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

The interventions, which cover the Likouala region in the north of the country, revolve around two hubs, Impfondo and Bétou, which together have one hospital, 11 health centres, and an intensive nutritional rehabilitation unit for children suffering from moderate to acute malnutrition, as well as pregnant and nursing women.

The TSF team in charge of this program is made up of 130 individuals who provide medical and logistical support.

Stakeholders

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
UNICEF
World Food Programme (WFP)
United Nations Population Fund

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