Community Health and Nutrition

Jordan Community Health and Nutrition (CHN) is a USAID-funded project that aims to improve the nutritional status of pregnant and lactating women (PLW) and children under the age of two by achieving measurable improvements in six maternal, infant, and young child nutrition (MIYCN) and postpartum family planning (PPFP) behaviours. To enhance uptake of these behaviours, the project address both supply and demand-related constraints to achieve improved household and community-level knowledge, skills, and support for adoption of optimal MIYCN-PPFP and healthy family dietary practices, Improved health care provider support for optimal infant and young child feeding (IYCF), family diet, and PPFP practices, and improved linkages between clinical services and community-based interventions for FP, IYCF, and maternal nutrition.

The Royal Health Awareness Society role is mainly to support the implementation of community outreach interventions in Amman, Karak and Zarqa that aim to improve the PLW knowledge, skills, and adoption of optimal MIYCN-PPFP and healthy family dietary practices and increase the demand on the related clinical services.

Royal Health Awareness Society

Adress: Muhammad As-Saeed Al-Batayni St.
P.O.Box: 699 Amman , 11821 Jordan
Tel: 962 6 554 1899

Fax: 962 6 554 1898

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