Aiming at reducing the infant and maternal mortality rates, UNICEF implements health, nutrition, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and HIV/AIDS programmes.
UNICEF works to improve access to quality education and gender equality in Chad, with an emphasis on increasing primary school enrollment and retention, particularly of girls and children from marginalized and vulnerable groups.
UNICEF endeavours to strengthen the protective environment for children and women in Chad, with a focus on the most vulnerable and marginalized, including those affected by armed conflict and those exposed to sexual and gender-based violence.
UNICEF anticipates and responds to needs generated by Chad's extended humanitarian context and recurrent crises.
This crosscutting component comprises external relations and advocacy and communication for development.
The social policy component aims at reducing the deprivations facing women and children in Chad, whereas the planning, monitoring and evaluation component provides strategic information for evidence-based advocacy, planning and policy making.