Abdulrahman SHAHMAN 2, Hani HAEL 2, Jose SUVADA 1,3, Suzan Przemysl ULMAN 1,2, Nasir JALILI 3 and Alex TOPOLSKA 1,2 on behalf of the Working group of the ISAC-Infections in Catastrophes 3
1 Antimalnutrion programme of St John Paul II School of Missiology and Charity, BIJ Clinic Erbil Autonomous Region Kurdistan, SEU, Dept of Psychology PP Freyberg Institute of children and mother health, Bratislava and St. Charles Foucauld Centre Dadayeeb Beirut Lebanon
2 SEU Nutrition Programme Hodeida, Ibb, Sanaa and Taizz, Republic of Yemen
3 Int. Soc. Antimicrob. Chemotherapy, WG ID in Catastrophes, ISAC Aberdeen, UK
Background: Within last 5 years cvil war conflict has been fuelled by neighboring countries with mass destruction of water supply food transport system and other basic infrastructure in major cities in the republic of Yemen.
Methods: Joint antimalnutrition-education programme has been established in a partenrship of EU humanitarian coordinator and local activists.
Results: Prevention of social pahology related with conflict and its impacts on children adolescents and women, involving about 1600 minors with mothers.
Conclusion: Similar project has been sucsesfull in victims of war against ISIS in Kurdistan/Iraq and for minor refugees to Beirut Lebanon in 2009-2019.
Key words: armed conflict, antimalnutrition programme.
Lek obz, 2020, 69(5): 147-148