This activity began with the registration of 1,500 vulnerable women.
The dignity kits are composed of: 1 20 liter bucket, 1 1000 ml cup, 4 200 ml glasses, 6 plates, 1 flashlight, 2 panties, 2 capulana (fabric) and 2 reusable pads.
This activity began with the registration of 1,500 vulnerable women in the five (5) resettlement centers where the project is being implemented: Nangume and Nanona (Ancuabe), Mirate and Mararange (Montepuez) and Niquiriquele (Namuno).
In this first phase, a total of 642 kits were distributed to the same number of women. In the Montepuez district, 300 women in Mirate and 300 in Mararange were benefited from the kits; In the Namuno district, 142 women from Nquiriquele were benefited.
During the kits' delivery , the beneficiary women and local authorities, as well as the post heads of Mirate and the village of Mararange, expressed their satisfaction with the support offered by medicusmundi, in favor of humanitarian aid to the displaced population. in resettlement centers.
In addition to the 642 kits distributed, another 848 kits are in the process of being distributed in the Nangume and Nanona resettlement centers, both in the Ancuabe district, as well as the delivery of work materials to activists and medical-surgical material in the health facilities in Metoro, Mirate and Niquiriquele, where displaced people go.
Emergency health care for the population displaced by the armed conflict in Cabo Delgado.
This activity is carried out within the framework of the Humanitarian Action Project "Emergency health care for the population displaced by the armed conflict in Cabo Delgado", which has the financial support of the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) and the co-financing of the municipalities of Rubí, Sant Cugat del Vallès and Granollers. The content of this article is the exclusive responsibility of medicusmundi and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the AECID, nor that of the mentioned town councils.