WFP appreciates ‘Ehsaas Nashonuma’ initiative
The Deputy Country Director of World Food Program (WFP) Pakistan, Arnold Spensan has appreciated the “Ehsaas Nashonuma” initiative of the government saying it would help tackle stunting and improve the nutrition of the poorest children in Pakistan.
Talking to media at Dogar Hospital in Bara area of Khyber district, she said that WFP is extending full support in implementation of Ehsaas Nashonuma program in nine backward districts of the country where approximately 350,000 females will be benefited.
Under Ehsaas Nashonuma program, 31 centers will open in 9 districts while
33 Nashonuma Markaz are being set-up at Tehsil level where all health facilities would be provided under one roof.
Source: Radio Pakistan