2020

The Project invites quotations for Procurement of Office Equipment from GST registered manufacturer or their authorized dealers having previous experience to provide such type of office equipment. The firm shall have five year experience for supplying furniture and after sales services including repair of the office equipment. Click to view detail items required

Procurement of Office Equipment

The Project invites quotations for Procurement of Office Equipment from GST registered manufacturer or their authorized dealers having previous experience to provide such type of office equipment. The firm shall have five year experience for supplying furniture and after sales services including repair of the office equipment. Click to view detail items required

The Project invites quotations for Procurement of Office Furniture from GST registered manufacturer or their authorized dealers having previous experience to provide such furniture. The firm shall have five year experience for supplying furniture and after sales services including repair of the furniture.

Quotations for Procurement of Office Furniture

The Project invites quotations for Procurement of Office Furniture from GST registered manufacturer or their authorized dealers having previous experience to provide such furniture. The firm shall have five year experience for supplying furniture and after sales services including repair of the furniture.

Social and Behavior Change Communication Toolkit (nutrition specific) launched in Karachi under Accelerated Action Plan for Reduction of Stunting and Malnutrition(AAP). Mr Christopher Aaron Goldren, Regional Director of Action Against Hunger (ACF) based in France, attended the event and handed over the toolkit to Mr Mohammad Yousif Shaikh, Deputy Program Coordinator AAP, Provincial Task Force Secretariat for Nutrition, Planning & Development Department, Government of Sindh for its implementation across Sindh. The toolkit is available in Sindhi and Urdu, and it has been developed in consultation with all stakeholders under European Union funded program PINS-02 in collaboration with Government of Sindh. The toolkit consist of 28 cards, divided into five sessions, dealing with prioritized behaviors of mothers and communities. The main themes of the toolkit include identification, prevention, and treatment of malnutrition, diet and health care of pregnant and lactating mothers(PLW), mother and child care after delivery, children’s diet, lastly personal and environmental hygiene.

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Launch of SBCC Toolkit in Sindhi and Urdu

Social and Behavior Change Communication Toolkit (nutrition specific) launched in Karachi under Accelerated Action Plan for Reduction of Stunting and Malnutrition(AAP). Mr Christopher Aaron Goldren, Regional Director of Action Against Hunger (ACF) based in France, attended the event and handed over the toolkit to Mr Mohammad Yousif Shaikh, Deputy Program Coordinator AAP, Provincial Task Force Secretariat for Nutrition, Planning & Development Department, Government of Sindh for its implementation across Sindh. The toolkit is available in Sindhi and Urdu, and it has been developed in consultation with all stakeholders under European Union funded program PINS-02 in collaboration with Government of Sindh. The toolkit consist of 28 cards, divided into five sessions, dealing with prioritized behaviors of mothers and communities. The main themes of the toolkit include identification, prevention, and treatment of malnutrition, diet and health care of pregnant and lactating mothers(PLW), mother and child care after delivery, children’s diet, lastly personal and environmental hygiene.

It has been observed that due to lack of awareness regarding contraception and contraceptive practices amongst unprivileged people result in frequent pregnancies which in turn leads to poor health of mother, neonate, infant and child. Family Health Mela (community gatherings) are conducted once in a month at Union Council level where health indicators are low. So for 143 family health melas have been organized (Aug to Dec-2019) against the overall annual target of 348.

Melas have been proving to be a success story as all stakeholders viz. AAP Sectors, NGOs, CBOs gather under one platform to covey message regarding birth-spacing, stunting and wasting. These festivals have been given due importance by District Management. 9,600 clients out of 30,000 participants in these melas have sought Family planning services including 2,197 Married Women of Reproductive Age (MAWRA) who have been given Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs) implants and Jaddelle thereby birth spacing 5 to 10 years.

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Family Health Melas

It has been observed that due to lack of awareness regarding contraception and contraceptive practices amongst unprivileged people result in frequent pregnancies which in turn leads to poor health of mother, neonate, infant and child. Family Health Mela (community gatherings) are conducted once in a month at Union Council level where health indicators are low. So for 143 family health melas have been organized (Aug to Dec-2019) against the overall annual target of 348.

Melas have been proving to be a success story as all stakeholders viz. AAP Sectors, NGOs, CBOs gather under one platform to covey message regarding birth-spacing, stunting and wasting. These festivals have been given due importance by District Management. 9,600 clients out of 30,000 participants in these melas have sought Family planning services including 2,197 Married Women of Reproductive Age (MAWRA) who have been given Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs) implants and Jaddelle thereby birth spacing 5 to 10 years.