managed by R. Kessy
IMPROVING MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH IN MSARANGA AND KIBORILONI WARDS
A project to educate young mothers of children “under five years” in Msaranga and Kiboriloni Wards in Moshi Municipality on proper care and handling of their young babies and children who are below five years old
Mothers educated on the importance of attending MCH clinics when they become pregnant and after delivery
Mothers educated on unfavourable conditions to bring-up/raise their babies and children
Children of the age under five years saved from vulnerable conditions.
Children and their educated mothers growing and living healthily
Mothers educated on the importance of child-spacing
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
To educate mothers on the importance of attending MCH clinics when they become pregnant and to continue attending even after delivery
To educate mothers on their health standards when pregnant and proper caring and bringing up of their children healthily
To educate mothers on conditions which are not favourable to bring-in/raise their babies and children
To save children of under five years old from vulnerable conditions they become subject to by negligent mothers
To save children of less than five years old from bad health brought about by conditions that could be evaded
To ensure health of mothers and children of under five years old through education to mothers and focusing on preventive behaviour
To support MCH skills as planned by the government and the ministry of health
To improve information systems and better collection of data in order to enhance utilization and measurement of key health indicator of children below five years old and their mothers
To support the Moshi Municipal Council initiatives via our useful project integration planning where appropriate
THE PROPOSED BUDGET: United States Dollar $ 9,808
Good morning Betterplace!
I am writing for vulnerable children in Msaranga and Kiboriloni Wards in Moshi Municipality, Tanzania the children whose mothers neglect to attend mother and child health care (MCH). I would like to appeal to all well wishers to contribute to this project which will cover 180 mothers/women. The project has not received any money so far.