Nutrition International proud to be supporting African Development Bank

Nutrition International is proud to be supporting the African Development Bank (AfDB) in mainstreaming of nutrition into its portfolios and pipeline, which focus on the health, agriculture, WASH and social protection sectors. This is part of the operationalization of the AfDB’s Multi-sectoral Nutrition Action Plan launched in 2018. Through this collaboration, Nutrition International has been
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Ensuring the delivery of coordinated technical assistance in Bangladesh

NTEAM Technical Assistance (TA) providers across multiple assignments in Bangladesh are effectively coordinating to ensure alignment of their work. Nutrition International’s Technical Assistance for Nutrition (TAN) project brought together three teams of TA providers for joint onboarding and regular touchpoints, including a session with a Nutrition International TAN advisor on mainstreaming gender equality.

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Experienced leadership guides youth advocates at Women Deliver 2019

Vancouver, Canada— At Women Deliver 2019 Nutrition International brought young nutrition advocates together with experienced leaders to discuss the challenges they face and how they can overcome them. Edna Adan Ismail, the former foreign minister of Somaliland, delivered the keynote address at How She Leads: Past, Present, Future. Joel Spicer, president and CEO of Nutrition
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Nutrition International, Girl Effect, celebrate partnership at Women Deliver 2019

Vancouver, Canada – Nutrition International and Girl Effect hosted an event during the 5th Global Women Deliver Conference on June 4 to celebrate their partnership to improve girls’ nutrition by increasing knowledge and access through technology. The reception brought together conference participants from a variety of sectors, who heard about how the two organizations are
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Nutrition International welcomes Canada’s commitment to increase funding for women and girls health

Nutrition International welcomes Canada’s commitment to increase funding for women and girls health and rights to $1.4 billion dollars annually by 2023, announced today at Women Deliver. This commitment recognizes the need for urgent action and the lead role Canada intends to play in delivering on the Sustainable Development Goals. Canada is recognized around the
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