The Health Working Group supports a coordination approach to the delivery of health and nutrition services that aim to prevent excess morbidity and mortality among refugees through provision of clinical care, preventive and promotive activities. The Group is also responsible for improving the food security and nutrition situation of refugees, and to reduce the prevalence of undernutrition among refugees, especially women, young children and vulnerable groups including young people, the elderly and people with special needs. A further focus of the group is to maintain emergency preparedness plans and ensure timely investigation of response to suspected outbreaks of communicable diseases.
Following the launch of the CRRF in Ethiopia in November 2017, the National Co-ordination Office (NCO) organized a series of sector-specific workshops, including on Basic Services in order to collate...
Published: 31 March 2018 (7 months ago)
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