The Multi-sectoral Zero Malnutrition Programme focuses on children under the age of five, with a particular emphasis on children under two years of age, and, in its activities, it assigns priority to working with municipalities with a high degree of vulnerability to food insecurity. The program is a multi-sectoral effort and one of the most important challenges facing the current administration.
Bolivia has a population of 10 million people.
<p>Strengthened management capacity at the national and departmental health services network to provide comprehensive nutritional care including prevention of prevalent illnesses in women, newborns, and children under 5</p>
<p>Prioritized municipalities have Comprehensive Nutrition Units (CNU/UNI) and comply with quality standards.- First-level health facilities provide comprehensive care to children under age 5 according to IMCI-Nut standard.- Children under age 2 with diagnosis of low tall receive Zinc.- Mother-Child hospitals complying with the Mother and Child Friend Hospitals Initiative 11 steps.- Lethality in Children under age 5 with severe acute malnutrition attended in reference hospitals.</p>
<p>in process for the report of this year.</p>
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