WARDO also works on provision of integrated health and nutrition services through mobile clinics and fixed facilities at community level (outreach) and facility level (MCHs) with an Essential Primary Health Care (EPHC) system. WARDO’s core value is to provide quality primary health care services to the vulnerable community in hard-to-reach areas through OPD consultations of under five and over five, screening of under-five children, OTP/TSFP treatment, ANC/PNC services, immunization and delivery.
It also provides health education and hygiene promotion through community awareness sessions with Communication for Development (C4D) i.e. Information, Education and Communication (IEC) and Behavior Change Communication (BCC).
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A civil society organization established in 2005 by group of Somali humanitarian and development workers who were dedicated and committed to social developments.