3 reasons why your support is so important:
- Many children die of treatable illnesses, including diarrhea and pneumonia.
- 33% of children don’t go to primary school – many of them are girls from rural areas.
- etween 65% and 98% of girls are subjected to female genital mutilation, depending on their region.
How your support is helping Sudan
- Working with children and communities to identify the most pressing health needs, and supporting them on the management of health interventions, like immunizations, malaria control and nutrition.
- Providing medical equipment and health training to primary health care providers, mothers and community members. From HIV awareness days to malaria action week, we are promoting behavioral change through health-focused social events.
- Promoting birth registration so that children receive an official identity and access their right to social services, including health care.
- Improving the availability and quality of water and sanitation services by training community groups to manage water systems.
- Promoting safe, healthy and child-friendly learning environments, and supporting the implementation of quality learning with an emphasis on girls’ education, children’s participation in education issues and discouraging corporal punishment.
- Helping families build resilience to economic shocks by learning marketable skills, and plan for the future to ensure they can meet their children’s needs.
|People living in poverty
|Mortality of children under 5
||77 deaths /1000 births
||5 deaths /1000 births
(World Bank, CIA World Factbook, World Health Organization)
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