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Case Study Health and Nutrition

Focal Person: Dr.Uzma Alam

Case Study –health and nutrition 1.    Introduction This case study examines the relevance of health and nutrition interventions by Kenya Red Cross designed to address the needs of people with some of the highest malnutrition rates seen among refugee populations in Kenya.  Specifically, the case study:

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Case Study - Partnership

Focal Person: Dr.Uzma Alam

Case Study –partnerships This case study examines the engagement process between Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS)/Red Cross Red Crescent (RCRC)movement partners, Government of Kenya (GoK), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees(UNHCR), other agencies in the camp as well as local communities.  The study highlightsthe different for ...

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The effort towards improving the health of the population in Kenya continues to produce results driven by accurate and timely data. Over the past three decades, the country has witnessed impressive progress in tackling priority diseases such as malaria, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis. Further, progress has been realized in addressing c ...

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During the 2014, West Africa Ebola outbreak the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) mobilized resources to support the communities via the National Red Cross Societies of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. The response included community-engagement and social mobilisation. In order to understand better some of the difficult issu ...

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Kenya is now the fourth country in Africa to be certified for Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) trainings by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) following a promulgation event held at the Boma Inn, Nairobi, Kenya, on 13 July 2016. The ATLS promulgation process in Kenya, which ...

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International arrangements to safeguard the movement of refugees began in the wake of the First World War, following recognition by developed economies of the increasing numbers of people who, having fled their homes, found themselves outside of their country of origin and in need of international protection, first in Europe and, in later years, ...

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In 2015, models by metrological agencies globally, including the Kenya Metrological Department (KMED), predicted a 90% probability of El Niño conditions1 during the "short rains" of the October, November, December (OND) season. The forecasts predicted above average rainfall in parts of Kenya and an approximate 80% chance of the El Ni&ntil ...

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