Building communities where every child and woman have dignified access to nutritious food.
An estimated 365,076 people in north-west Syria are in need of nutrition assistance with the most urgent humanitarian needs. This includes: 114,901 children aged 6-59 months and pregnant and lactating women (PLWs) require malnutrition prevention supplies, 99,034 PLWs need nutrition support, 42,851 children and PLWs are moderately acute malnourished, 40,744 adolescent girls are in need of nutritional support, 9,398 severely acute malnourished children require inpatient and outpatient treatment. HNO 2023
BINAA’s Nutrition program aims to strengthen preventive nutrition services for vulnerable population groups, focusing on infant and child emergency needs, micronutrient interventions and optimal maternal nutrition; improve equitable access to therapeutic nutrition services via the systematic identification, referral, and treatment of acutely malnourished children under five years (Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF); establish coordinated and integrated nutrition programs across relevant sectors through joint programming; and strengthen targeted and evidence-based systems to inform need-based programming.