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BENEFICIARIES

Nutrition Projects*
Grantee Project Purpose Purpose Location(s) Beneficiaries Funding Timeline
World Vision Nutrition This project provided an early warning nutrition system. Guatemala Not Available $50,000 May/2005
1 Year
World Vision Nutrition This project provided an early warning nutrition system. Honduras Not Available $50,000 May/2005
1 Year
World Vision Nutritional Survey and Health Assessment Medical personnel conducted a comprehensive survey on nutrition and health conditionsin the Huambo Province. Information gathered from the survey was used to provideimmediate food relief and mobilize resources to address the growing crisis in thisAngola community. Angola 18,000 $10,000 Aug/2006
1 Year
United Nations World Food Programme Food Commodities Funds were provided for transportation to address the nutritional and health needsof the people in the Ukuma and Tchinjenje regions. Food commodities were transportedand distributed to children and adults. Angola 18,000 $28,000 Nov/2006
1 Year
Catholic Relief Services Breaking the Cycle of Malnutrition This program is designed to help break the cycle of malnutrition in the poorestregions of Guatemala by improving the nutritional status of children under the ageof three and enabling poor families to have increased availability to nutritionalresources. Guatemala 20,000 $1,197,800 Nov/2006
3 Years
United Nations World Food Programme Multi-Story Garden Project This program develops vegetable gardens to improve nutrition for refugees locatedin the Kakuma refugee camp. Kenya 30,000 $69,078 Mar/2007
2 Years
United Nations World Food Programme School Feeding Program This program provided nutritional support to school-aged children through food distributionsestablished within the school system. It was designed to have a positive impacton the students and their families, as well as improve participation levels of studentsin the primary education system. Tajikistan 50,000 $1,049,510 June/2007
1 Year
United Nations World Food Programme Mother and Child Health Program This program reduced chronic malnutrition among the most vulnerable populations.Part of the National Program for the Reduction of Chronic Malnutrition (PRDC), thisintegral intervention included six components, one of which is complementary feedingfor pregnant and lactating women and for children from six months to three yearsold. Nicaragua 42,574 $2,000,000 Dec/2007
1 Year
United Nations World Food Programme School Feeding Program This program provides nutritional support to school-aged children through food distributionsestablished within the school system. It is designed to have a positive impact onthe students and their families, as well as improve participation levels of studentsin the primary education system. Guatemala 50,000 $1,000,000 Dec/2007
2 Years
United Nations World Food Programme Purchase For Progress This project provides staff support for the coordination of the WFP Purchase forProgress (P4P) project. Italy TBD $174,000 June/2008
1 Year
United Nations World Food Programme Food for Work and School Feeding This project targets women and assists them in re-establishing their agriculturalassets, in order for them to achieve independent income. Where possible, ex-combatantyouth are employed to establish palm plantations and rice fields. Food will alsobe distributed to school children through the school feeding program. Sierra Leone 19,000 $317,465 July/2008
1 Year
United Nations World Food Programme Fill the Cup Campaign This project supports WFP’s Fill the Cup Campaign by providing marketing and fundraisingstrategies. TBD TBD $275,000 July/2008
1 Year
United Nations World Food Programme Targeted Supplementary Food Program This project addresses the immediate and partly underlying causes of malnutritionthrough basic health services and food supplements. Children under five and pregnantor lactating mothers are provided assistance. Ethiopia 40,000 $1,066,410 Oct/2008
1 Year
United Nations World Food Programme Mother and Child Health and Nutrition Program This program reduces chronic malnutrition among the most vulnerable populations.This integral intervention includes complementary feeding for pregnant and lactatingwomen and children from six months to three years old. Sierra Leone TBD $578,894 Nov/2008
1 Year
TOTAL – NUTRITION 287,574 $7,866,157

*As of January 1, 2009.