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What is a Compassion Child Survival project?

Compassion’s Child Survival project supports women during their pregnancy and helps vulnerable babies get a healthy start in life. Trained community workers, based in the local church will work closely with mothers and caregivers to help them access life-saving support. This includes; health screenings, hygiene supplies, nutritional supplements, medical advice and education.

Community workers also visit families at home and lead group activities at their local church where caregivers learn how to prepare nutritious food, monitor their children’s health and development, create a stable home-life and develop skills that will help them generate an income. This focused, personalised support helps families to be independent and build stable, healthy, hopeful futures for their children.

The Compassion Child Survival project in Togo has been developed to improve survival rates for women and babies during pregnancy and childbirth and helps these vulnerable babies to have the healthiest possible start in life.

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