During this short period a total of 6,860 under five years children were effectively treated from common childhood illness and life threatening disease,6,628 among those received routine immunizations, giving them protections against childhood illnesses and particularly on vaccine preventable diseases. 11,826 over 5 years and adults were also treated from both communicable and non-communicable diseases. A total of 4,401 pregnant and lactating women were medical assisted and both preventive and curative services been provided while 2000 of these cases were immunized against tetanus and 357 of these cases attended quality based facility delivery, assisted by medical doctor and qualified midwifes.278 were also benefited from the medical assistances given to people affected by gender based violence, 22 of them were particularly survivors from sexual violence received medical care and effective referrals to concerned organizations.
SOS children’s villages recruited 20 qualified care providers to provide these service to the community in need, and 5 community health workers were also identified from local community and motivational incentives had been provided to enhance their effective engagements and participations under the support of Italian agency for development cooperation, there capacity were also enhancing give them up to date trainings on integrated management of acute malnutrition (IMAM) and Basic emergency obstetric and newborn care (BeMONC).this increased there capacity and quality on case identifications and complications related to obstetric and newborn care as well as acute malnutrition.
24/7 ambulance services have been also provided to minimize any delays related to complicated cases related to common maternal and childhood illness, such bleedings and difficulties related to deliveries.
2,953 cases were provided laboratory investigations to confirm common maternal and childhood diseases, malaria, diabetes and other diseases have been identified and treated according during the SOS presence in the region.