The Health Cluster is coordinating a humanitarian health response which involves more than 60 partners. The work of partners includes the strengthening of system-wide capacities to ensure an effective and predictable health response to the main causes of avoidable death, illness and disability
SHF Health Assistance within Ali Awed & Jameecadka Caynaanshe implemented by Taakulo Somaliland Community
Prior to the SHF funded mobile health teams the IDPS living in the the IDP Villages of Ali Awed and Jameecadka Caynaanshe were in dire need of Health and nutritional assistance . Due to the recurrent previous drought Both IDP villages were rife with health issues including malnourished children and Starving Pregnant lactating mothers.
Now thanks to the SHF funded Project the mobile health and nutrition teams have been able to provide the vital health and nutritional assistance the drought affected community so urgently required.
Training of SHF Funded Mobile Health Teams
For the training of Health and Nutrition Teams Somaliland TASCO partnered with the ministry of Health ( MOH) line minister, Family health department which provided facilitators of Health , EPI and nutrition training for the Mobile health Teams
Cases TASCO had come across in IDP villages of Jameecadka Caynaanshe
Which when left untreated can cause irreversible side effects for instance this poor child in the IDP village of Jameecadka Caynaanshe had succumb to measles but due to the non existent health services within the village this child was not able to receive the right medical assistance and treatment he so urgently required. As a result he is has become partially blind.
Health Infrastructure Support Project (HISP) – Providing medical equipment’s, rehabilitation of health facilities, Health Field Camps (visits by health personnel) students exchanges and Doctors
Taakulo Somaliland Community ( TASCO ) has distributed Hospital equipment to Hargeisa Group Hospital and Edna Aden Maternity Hospital. The equipment donated by Australian Doctors for Africa.
Trachoma eye checking by Fred Hollow Foundation
Fred Hollow Foundation are visiting in Somaliland for Trochoma eye problem. Dr. Richard from Australia and Dr. Wondu from Ethiopia are checking Children in Abdaal village on the road to Berbera.
Equipment to Hargaisa Group Hospital and Adna maternity Hospital Donated By Australian Doctors For Africa (ADFA)