Nutrition, food sovereignty and health
ENDA Santé's community-based approach to fight malnutrition
When he arrived at the Kirène health post in 2015, Demba Bodé, head nurse of the post had found a worrying nutritional situation. "There were many cases of severe acute malnutrition (SAM) and moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) in children aged 0 to 5 years. The post supported by the District of [...]
Wer Werlé project: review of activities to combat malnutrition and promote organic market gardening in Tamba
As part of ENDA Santé's support to the partner project teams of the Horizont3000 Senegal Programme and the transfer of skills for the successful implementation of health-related activities, the Wer Werlé project team carried out a monitoring of activities in the area of the partner APROVAG in Tamba. The objective was mainly to [...]
Child malnutrition : Consolidation of the Management Committees of the Children's Granaries in Popenguine
In partnership with the Popenguine Health District, the WERWERLE project organised a capacity building session for the management committees of the child granaries. In its mission of community-based management of malnutrition, the Wer Werlé project has set up 33 granaries in the Popenguine health district in order to improve the quality of life of the children.
Insalubrity in Joal: Capacity building on organisational development
In partnership with the Joal town hall, the WERWERLE project held a capacity building workshop on the organisational development of the Darou Salam sanitation committee. The members of the sanitation committee, set up in the neighbourhood, met to manage household waste and the sanitation of the area.
GUEUM SA BOPP PROJECT: Establishment of Income Generating Activities for community associations
ENDA Santé implemented the "Geum sa Bopp" project, funded by OSIWA. This project to strengthen the capacity of three associations works with vulnerable populations organised around associations based in Dakar and Mbour. The project has three components, namely capacity building, financial empowerment and the creation of a network of associations.
Fight against malnutrition: Delivery of materials to 19 children's granaries in the health district of Popenguine
The coronavirus increases the economic vulnerability of rural populations, putting children at greater risk of malnutrition. Between September and October 2020, the Wer werlé project, implemented by ENDA Santé with funding from Horizont 3000, set up nineteen new child granaries in Popenguine. In partnership with the district [...]
Partnership for Sustainable Food for Health and Nutrition
The University of Exeter in England, in partnership with ENDA Santé and the Université Gaston Berger de Saint-Louis, held on 29 and 30 January 2020, a sharing workshop on sustainable food for health and nutrition in Senegal. Indeed, underdeveloped countries and those in the process of development are faced with a double phenomenon [...]
ASACAP project: Training and establishment of nurseries in Simbandi Balante, Sinthian Aidara and Saré Sara
Through its project for the Improvement of the Food Capacities of Women Producers (ASACAP), Enda Santé has sent a training supervision team to set up nurseries in the project's intervention areas. From 13 to 22 October 2019, experts in nutrition and agroecology visited Simbandi Balante, Sinthian Aïdara and [...]
Pesticide-free agriculture: Training of women from Simbandi Balante, Sinthian Aidara and Saré Saré on agroecology
In the framework of the Improvement of the Food Capacities of Women Producers (ASACAP) project, Enda Santé is multiplying awareness-raising on the dangers of using pesticides in agriculture. From 13 to 23 June 2019, women's groups from Simbandi Balante, Sinthian Aidara and Saré Saré were trained on agroecology in order to master good farming practices.
Organic Agriculture: Capacity building on organic market gardening in secondary schools
In the framework of the Wer Wërlé project, EndaSanté, with the support of EndaEnergie, trained about 30 people on organic market gardening at the Lycée de Saly on 29 and 30 May 2019. In total, 32 people benefited from the training including students, teachers and the municipality of Mbour. The objective of this training [...]
The Fimela high school, an eco-responsible school
The students and teachers of the Lycée de Fimela can congratulate themselves for adopting eco-responsible behaviour. Through their EVF club, they have set up a school garden, in which salad greens, peppers, mint "nana" and papaya are grown. The proceeds from this activity are used to refurbish the school's [...]
Greniers de l'enfant: Nioro du Rip and Kafrine host a formative supervision mission
Through its Lekk Faju project, Enda Santé has set up management committees for children's granaries. To evaluate the activities carried out by these committees, a formative supervision mission was sent to Nioro and Kafrine. From 20 to 25 November 2018, the aim was to clarify the role of the [...]
Sokone: Training of management committees for children's granaries
As part of the Lekk Faju project, Enda Santé is organising training sessions for the management committees of the children's granaries. On 15 and 16 November 2018, the project team went to Sokone, in the Fatick region, to draw the attention of the population to the nutritional value of the food in their area. During the [...]
Lekk Faju Project: Systematisation of the Fimela high school's support experience
ENDA Santé, with the support of Horizont3000, has implemented the Lekk Faju project for three years (2016-2018). One of the components of the project is based on the approach of high schools to effectively address the support needs of young adolescents on the issues of STI/HIV/AIDS and early pregnancies, but also support in the development of the project.
Training on farmers' seed production in Djimini
Organised by ENDA Santé within the framework of the LEKK/FAJU II project, a training workshop for producers on production and conservation techniques for farmers' seeds and on natural treatment techniques was held from 28 to 30 November 2016 in Djimini (Vélingara). This meeting was piloted by the ASPSP (Association Sénégalaise des [...]