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Annex: practical guides


Annex: practical guides

Annex 1.1 Practical Guide to be Completed before Nutrition and Diet Course

NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF CHILDREN UNDER SIX

Using the bracelets made in the Family and Nutrition module, evaluate the nutritional status of the children in the community.

Instructions

1.

Take the child's arm and bend it.

2.

Determine the middle point between the elbow and the shoulder.

3.

Wrap the bracelet around the arm in the middle and cheek the colour.

4.

If it's red, the child is malnourished. .

 

If it's yellow, the child is in danger of malnourishment

 

If it's green, the child is normal.

5.

Write down the information.

6.

Add up all the children, separating them by nutritional status. For example:

Malnourished

12

At risk

0

Normal

8

All children

20

CHART TO MAKE NUTRITIONAL EVALUATION FOR CHILDREN 0 - 6 YEARS

NAME

AGE

NUTRITIONAL STATUS

     

Annex 1.2 Practical Guide to be Completed before [Nutrition and Diet Course

FOOD SITUATION IN THE COMMUNITY

Determine what foods are available in your community and what foods people eat.

Instructions

1. Remember that people are very sensitive about answering questions.

2. Register information very carefully with an X for each food eaten.

3. Analyse the information based on the three basic groups of food:

CHART TO SEE WHAT FOODS PEOPLE EAT. IF THE PERSON IN THE FAMILY EATS THE FOOD, MARK AN X IN THE COLUMN. FILL OUT' A FORM FOR EACH FAMILY YOU VISIT.

FOOD

MOTHER

FATHER

CHILDREN

       

1. BEANS

     

2. RICE

     

3. CORN TORTILLAS

     

4. FRUIT

     

5. EGGS

     

6. MILK

     

7. TOMATOES, ONIONS

     

8. GREEN VEGETABLES

     

9. CHICKEN

     

Annex 1.3 Practical Guide to be Completed before Integrated Family Gardens and Small Livestock Husbandry Courses

GENERAL INFORMATION

Name of the Community Food Liaison:______________________________________

Region:______________________________________________________________

Name of Group:________________________________________________________

Affiliation to Peasant Organization:_________________________________________

Location:_____________________________________________________________

Village

City

Department

All projects that the Group is presently in:____________________________________

Type of productive project that the Group is involved in: ________________________

_____________________________________________________________________

Amount of Loan:________________________________________________________

Amount of Donations:____________________________________________________

Amount of Group's Resources:_____________________________________________

Total Amount Financed:__________________________________________________

How much does the Group owe?___________________________________________

Names Group Members

Size of Family Plot
Width Length

Where is water located?
Inside Outside Distance

What crops are the woman and the family cultivating?

Domestic Animals
Chicken Pigs

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

       

List the public and private institutions that work in your community:

Animals lost last year:

# Chickens died

of what?

# Pigs dies

of what?

Other animals

# died

of what?

What could have prevented death?

1.
2.
3.

4.

5.

             

Annex 1.4 Practical Guide to Plan Actions in the Community after the Integrated Family Gardens Course

PLANNING TO DEVELOP ORGANIC FERTILIZER

Name of Community Food Liaison:

_________________________________________________________________________

Name of Group:_____________________________________________________________

Location:___________________________________________________________________

Village

City

Department

1. What objectives does the group have in developing organic fertilizer?

2. How many compost heaps do you plan on developing in your group, what kind, in how much time, and with how many members?

Annex 1.5 Practical Guide to Plan Actions in the Community after the Small Livestock Husbandry Course

FORMAT TO PRESENT A PROJECT ON SMALL LIVESTOCK FOR FAMILY PRODUCTION

Date:___________________________________________________________

Name of Community Food Liaison:___________________________________

Name of Group:___________________________________________________

Location:_________________________________________________________

Village

City

Department

1. What are the problems that the members have encountered raising small livestock?

2. What are the concrete objectives that the group hopes to achieve? In how much time does the group want to achieve these objectives?

3. To fulfil the objectives you have described in question 2, write down numbers, such as total chickens you want to vaccinate in each family, the diseases you want to control, total chicks hatched, etcetera.

4. Fill out the following chart to help you define the activities you want to develop, when you want to do them, how you plan on doing them, and what resources you will use.

ACTIVITIES

BEGINNING DATE

ENDING DATE

RESOURCES VILLAGE OTHER

PERSON RESPONSIBLE

         

Annex 1.6 Practical Guide to be completed before Organization and Leadership Course

RESEARCH ON THE RESOURCES THAT SUPPORT WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION

INSTITUTION OR ORGANIZATION

SERVICES THAT THEY OFFER

   

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