Mothers' Club

Women in refugee camps are living under terrible conditions. In addition to dealing with the fact that their community perceives them as second-class humans, they battle adverse circumstances.

The high prevalence of non-communicable diseases in the camps and the lack of proper sanitation make their lives insufferable. On top of that, they have to deal with various health risks during and after pregnancy, domestic and gender-based violence, and poverty.

Our team runs Mothers’ Clubs in those camps for pregnant women and mothers with young children to train and educate them in early childhood development, nutrition, health, hygiene, literacy, cooking, and even small-scale agriculture. We supply them with vitamins for themselves and their children to reduce malnutrition and maintain healthy development. In addition to that, we provide them with medical care and regular counseling sessions through our Mobile Counseling Unit. 


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