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We work closely with existing structures to mobilize resources and support the target. groups. In addition to supporting the newly joined CCC's in program events. This helps us scale and develop minimum business plans.

CVC Resource Mobilization Training

We work closely with existing structures to mobilize resources and support the target. groups. In addition to supporting the newly joined CCC’s in program events. This helps us scale and develop minimum business plans.
Our next quarter goals are always to improve CRP and CW recruitment, continue care and support and index self testing. Immediate goals include; signing government agreements, launching Nifas Silk Sub city, enrolling OVC to the program and SSW / OVC specialist recruitment.

PPE Distribution

Our next quarter goals are always to improve CRP and CW recruitment, continue care and support and index self testing. Immediate goals include; signing government agreements, launching Nifas Silk Sub city, enrolling OVC to the program and SSW / OVC specialist recruitment.
Upcoming: Adapt training and manuals, Bi-monthly sessions for 8 women prisoner self-help groups, provide education material for children of women prisoner, conduct linkage establishment, adapt, develop, and update institutionalized reintegration manual.

IGA Activity

Upcoming:
Adapt training and manuals, Bi-monthly sessions for 8 women prisoner self-help groups, provide education material for children of women prisoner, conduct linkage establishment, adapt, develop, and update institutionalized reintegration manual.
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USAID Community HIV Care & Treatment Activity

Project Goal

Accelerate and the sustain HIV epidemic, through delivery of high-impact community-based HIV services


Project Objectives

Community health and support systems for services delivery strengthened

Organizational and technical capacity of community structures strengthened

Data collection and use for learning and program improvement strengthened

Nutrition

Action Taken 

Closely working with existing structures to mobilize resources and support the target groups.

Support in building the capacity of the newly joined CCC’s in the program using various events

Support to develop min business plan and scale up their business

Orientation on businesses diversification and expansion of VLSA members and seasonality of buyer’s potential and needs

Discuss with health officials and other stakeholders on the kit provision 

Provide orientation and equip on the identification of eligible target groups

Continue mentoring and coaching with immediate subordinates and supervisors on tracking the planned activity

Action Taken 

Closely working with existing structures to mobilize resources and support the target groups.

Support in building the capacity of the newly joined CCC’s in the program using various events

Support to develop min business plan and scale up their business

Orientation on businesses diversification and expansion of VLSA members and seasonality of buyer’s potential and needs

Discuss with health officials and other stakeholders on the kit provision 

Provide orientation and equip on the identification of eligible target groups

Continue mentoring and coaching with immediate subordinates and supervisors on tracking the planned activity

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Projects

Challenges During Implementation

  • Frequent government structure turnover
  • Case management tools complication of casework
  • Shortage of time for case management adaption, collection, and verification
  • CCC’s busy schedule due to government task overload
  • CCC’s structures frequent turnover and newness in delivering service to the target groups
  • Shortage of kits in a health facility
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  • Some of the HEW’s are not trained on the new HIV testing algorithm
  • Skill gap of CW’s to identify HCT eligible targets
  • COVID-19 to track the progress of the projects
  • Inconsistence of saving groups and market fluctuations

Shelter

FIDO has at envisions to see people having equal access for health, education, development and well-being. FIDO believes that empowerment of the community is the means of achieving this vision. Therefore all projects implemented by FIDO are carried out hand in hand with the community to encourage ownership and sustainability.

FIDO has 540 volunteers from the community distributed among the projects it implements. FIDO utilizes existing community structures to recruit these volunteers and to carry out project plans. Below is the list of community structures that FIDO works with:

  • PLHIV
  • CCCs
  • HEWs
  • WASH Co
  • Woredas and Kebele governments
  • Technical working groups
  • FBO
  • CBO

Shelter

FIDO has at envisions to see people having equal access for health, education, development and well-being. FIDO believes that empowerment of the community is the means of achieving this vision. Therefore all projects implemented by FIDO are carried out hand in hand with the community to encourage ownership and sustainability.

FIDO has 540 volunteers from the community distributed among the projects it implements. FIDO utilizes existing community structures to recruit these volunteers and to carry out project plans. Below is the list of community structures that FIDO works with:

PLHIV

CCCs

HEWs

WASH Co

Woredas and Kebele governments

Technical working groups

FBO

CBO

Projects

Wash

FIDO focusses on interventions under the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector that aim to reduce morbidity and mortality associated with an increased in WASH-related diseases and environmental health risks resulting from shock and displacement.


We have implemented the integration of health, nutrition, and wash programming through our multi-sectoral response in Mederesa IDP site of Bunno Bedele zone of Oromia Zone starting January 01, 2021 in collaboration with UNOCHA. In this project, we addressed core humanitarian problems through an integrated approach to increase access, awareness and coping mechanism of IDPs. We tried to improve resilience of IDPs through health, nutrition, protection, ES/NFI, and WASH interventions.


Hygiene promotion


FIDO focuses on interventions intended to reduce or prevent disease transmission through enabling people to practice key hygiene behaviours (e.g., handwashing, bathing, proper water handling and storage, MHM, proper food preparation, and hygiene).
Through our project in Medresa IDP site, we have organised hygiene promotion training and conducted hygiene promotion to the community using megaphones as well as Procurement, transportation and distribution of NFI items like laundry soaps, body soaps, washing basin and jerry cans for 5940 individuals or 1188 HH of IDPs. We have also overseen printing and distribution of 200 posters for hygiene promotion messages displaying hygiene practices and posted in public areas such as market place, schools and health centres for public observance.

Sanitation


Through our sanitation sub-sector of out project focuses on infrastructure, as well as operation and maintenance, for the safe disposal of human excreta. In collaboration with UNOCHA, we have overseen the construction of 18 (4.35×2.15×1.5) emergency semi- permanent latrines in three IDP sites in Medresa. One block latrine has four stances with sex segregated, construction of hand washing facilities at each emergency latrine.


Since 2021, we have been digging of solid waste disposal pits, facilitated Procurement of hand tools for latrine and west disposal pit excavation and earthwork per communal latrine. Hand tools includes Shovel, Pickaxe and hoe which we procured and distributed to IDP sites, we placed liquid (250 ml) soaps at each hand washing facility 3 per month for 18 communal latrines and final excreta disposal service through permanently sealing latrines.


Water supply


FIDO has been working to improve access to Adequate and potable water for IDPs in Medresa IDP site by rehabilitation of two non-functional water supply sources (HDWs) as well as overseeing Procurement, transportation and distribution of households water treatment chemical for 1522 HHs.

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