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54,000 Yemenis benefited from the Malnutrition Treatment project. The project provided therapeutic nutrition services for severely malnourished children through mobile clinics and fixed centers, which included 3,922 boys and girls.

The Human Access Organization, funded by the World Food Programme (WFP), implemented a “Malnutrition Management Project” in the governorates of Taiz, Lahj, and Marib last July.

Human Access Organization confirmed on its website that 13,627 boys and girls under the age of two had benefited from the project’s services, in addition to 8,981 pregnant and lactating mothers.

Meanwhile, 5,545 women benefited from the counselling service for mothers on infant and young child feeding in mobile clinics and health facilities.

The project included a home visit activity to raise awareness of mothers, targeting 1,942 women, and 15 women community health volunteers were trained and rehabilitated within the framework of the project, while 19,931 men and women benefited from community awareness campaigns with the aim of preventing disease in the targeted areas.

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