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June 6, 2017 19:07

Hello Dear Ayomide ,
Thank you for project , i found it very important to achieving the goals of Zero Hunge. I have my NGO , we are working to a similar project to prevent and fighting the malnutrition to children and teenager ( 0 to 16 years old ) .We are reaching our goal and everything is okay still now.
I will like to know what are the specific problems and needs of the beneficiaries the project is intending to address?
Why your project strategy is a good solution to the problems and needs of the beneficiaries /target group/s?

June 6, 2017 18:57

Hello !
Dear Jalil,
your project it amazing and congratulations for your idea to extend it to the others countries .We can help you to set up it in my country .Than i will like to know to describe how you will monitor the project implementation to others countries . Please ,can you describe how you will evaluate the project?

June 6, 2017 15:41

Dear Abdoul ,
My greeting.
About the Sustainability and future plans , i would like to know the kind of social entreprise you want to set up to generate fund , your entrepise will be in the same context of your program ?your future entreprise provides clear measures for financial success and social impact?

June 6, 2017 15:34

Dear Simbarashe ,
my greetings
your Project ; it is very good ,
I will like to know how the project will provide a practical solution that could work in the context of the environment where the product or service will operate.do you define the target ,these needs as well as how your project will meet them ?

June 6, 2017 15:19

Hey Samara ,
your project is very usefull , in Brazil i was working in a similar project and nowadays we have a library that help people in precarius situation to learn .This is a good idea .

Congratulations !
Warmest regard with kind love.

June 6, 2017 15:10

Merci beaucoup Tatiana pour ton commentaire , la République Democratique du Congo est un pays que nous devons toujours honorés et lutter pour un future meilleur aux generations avenir .Notre mission c'est le bien-être de tous avec une attention particuliére au plus démunis .Les habitants de la zone rurales sont isolés et rejetés a cause de leur situation géographique. nous sommes engagé a fournir des efforts necessaires pour chercher de Créer un impact rapide et vital sur le bien-être de la population en précarité ou victime enfin de réduire considérablement la pauvreté, la violence et participer au développement du pays.

June 6, 2017 15:00

Muito Obrigado Dr. Elias Almeida pelo comentário , como você sabe meu sonho é fazer da República Democrática do Congo ,um país onde todo mundo terá acesso a Saúde como um Direito .Estamos lutando muito como uma organização sem fins lucrativos para conseguir parceria com diversas instituições necessárias para criar um impacto rápido do bem estar .Precisamos tirar esse projeto no plano virtual para alcançar a população que realmente interessa .Preciso muito apoio de todos para conseguir .

June 6, 2017 05:04

Hey Mr. Ahmed ,
Yes we make the handbook guidance of definition of Malaria and prevention method the acording the World Health Organization (WHO) ;Malaria is caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes. P. falciparum is the most prevalent malaria parasite in Africa and responsible for most malaria deaths globally. P. vivax is the dominant parasite outside of sub-Saharan Africa.
Our project will use the advances that came through the use of the core malaria control tools that have been widely deployed over the last decade :
* Insecticide-treated bed-nets
* Indoor residual spraying
* Rapid diagnosis testing and artemisinin -based combination therapies.
The acording the WHO African Region since 2000 with this method, malaria mortality rates fell by 71 per cent among children under 5 years.

June 6, 2017 05:04

Hey Mr. Ahmed ,
Yes we make the handbook guidance of definition of Malaria and prevention method the acording the World Health Organization (WHO) ;Malaria is caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes. P. falciparum is the most prevalent malaria parasite in Africa and responsible for most malaria deaths globally. P. vivax is the dominant parasite outside of sub-Saharan Africa.
Our project will use the advances that came through the use of the core malaria control tools that have been widely deployed over the last decade :
* Insecticide-treated bed-nets
* Indoor residual spraying
* Rapid diagnosis testing and artemisinin -based combination therapies.
The acording the WHO African Region since 2000 with this method, malaria mortality rates fell by 71 per cent among children under 5 years.

June 6, 2017 04:12

Hey Mr. Adam King , thanks for your question . After a carefull studies about our project and our Villages ;we arrived to the conviction that it is possible to reduce the mortality death by Malaria up to 70 per cent .For exemple Simply sleeping under insecticide treated bednets reduces malaria mortality by as much as 20-50 percent, (UNICEF).
With our workplan, our project aims to achieve its objectives through the use of community mobilization strategies that ensure active and sustained community participation in project implementation. This entails sensitization meetings with community stakeholders (village elders, community leaders, and women groups, youth groups and children themselves) to enlist their support. Community sensitization meetings will be conducted in all target communities to seek community support and ownership of project.

In collaboration with community stakeholders, community-based environmental sanitation monitoring committees (comprised of all community stakeholders) will be established in each of the twelves target villages. The environmental monitoring committees will serve as a village task-force for supervision of community responsibilities related to organising, implementation and monitoring of environmental sanitation activities in their various communities. The community taskforce units will also serve as focal points for distribution of the insecticide treated bednets to families with under-five children in their various villages.