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Halima S Hillow

Nutrition project manager /World Concern

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25 May 2015, 11:45

Hi, I am Halima and currently working in Somalia on a BCC Nutrition project using the Care Group Model Approach. Is there anyone here who has implemented such a program before so that i can learn more from him/her?

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Mahaman Elhadji Hallarou

Nutrition Consultant

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27 May 2015, 07:56

Hi Halima,
I managed few years ago a USAID child survival project with 30% LOE in Nutrition and used the care group model in Niger. you may need to request my email address from the ENN forum admin for further exchange .

Halima S Hillow

Nutrition project manager /World Concern

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27 May 2015, 08:12

Hi can i kindly have your email Hallarou ,kindly you can get in touch using fatmahillow@gmail.com.
Much thanks

Mahaman Elhadji Hallarou

Nutrition Consultant

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27 May 2015, 08:21

Well recieved. please check you email.

Fungai

CARE

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27 May 2015, 08:22

Hallo Halima

I am currently working on a Food Security Project where BCC Nutrition with Care Group Model as one of the approaches, I can freely share with you how we are implementing this.

Henry Allieu

International Medical Corps/SNAP

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27 May 2015, 17:44

May I refer you to 'Care Group Training manual_final_2014'
Also referencing 'Caregroup Approach Mozambique model.
This guides have been so helpful in the implementation of our Care groups programme.

Henry Allieu

International Medical Corps/SNAP

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27 May 2015, 17:53

Care Groups: A training manual for Program Design and Implementation - May 2014

Bushra Rashid

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1 Jun 2015, 22:46

Hello Halima, don't mind my entry here!

I am curious to know, Faungai, about the motivators used for the caregivers. Mostly nutrition interventions such as these are less likely driven by cash injection etc., which affect caregivers's motivation to continue in programme and satisfaction with the programme...

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