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The Nomadic Health Project: Legacy and future sustainability

2021 - Health and Nutrition, Maternal, Newborn, and Reproductive Health

This brief provides an overview of the Nomadic Health Project (2018-2021) including an overview of the community health unit structure, challenges, project knowledge sharing, reach, results, and ongoing challenges and opportunities.

Nomadic Health Project (NHP) funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation describes the unique aspects of establishing CHU for mobile populations in the Wajir and Mandera counties of north east Kenya, navigating the challenges introduced by...

The UNICEF-funded project (Expanding access to child protection and mental health services for children in refugee and hosting communities in Dadaab, Garissa County) being implemented by Save the Children continues to prioritize a gender...

Jukwaa Letu

2021 - Cross-thematic

Jukwaa Letu is a biannual newsletter produced by our Communication Department. The July to December, 2021 issue highlights our program activities in Kenya and Madagascar. Some of the stories covered include how the lives of youth in Kenya are...

Where is the Voice of Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Pastoralists in the Policy-Making Process

2021 - Health and Nutrition, Maternal, Newborn, and Reproductive Health

Save the Children, with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, has partnered with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Centre for Behavior Change Communication on the Nomadic Health Project (NHP). This 4-year ...

In 2020, the Covid-19 global pandemic illustrated like nothing else in recent history the importance of building resilient health systems. It also demonstrated the urgent need for sustainable health financing to develop and maintain those systems,...

This publication highlights our program activities from January to June 2021: such as our work to empower Turkana mothers to detect malnutrition among their children at home, our work to provide technical support for immunization of marginalized...

Future generation’s health and well-being are bound to the fate of the planet. The need for a transformative climate action is urgent as the climate change already have devastating effects across the globe. Young people are active agents of change...

Children and adolescents account for 58.4% of Dadaab population, 42.6% of whom are school-aged children between 5 and 17 years (UNHCR, November 2019).  An estimated 62,610 refugee children are enrolled in school in Dadaab camps. Despite...

Jukwaa Letu Newsletter January-August 2020

2020 - Child Poverty, Child Protection ...

This publication highlights our program activities from January to August 2020: such as door to door immunization supporting declining vaccination rates amid COVID-19 pandemic, Community Health Volunteers extending services to children living with...