Delivering impacts through partnerships

Working alongside governments as an expert ally, we combine deep technical expertise with a flexible approach—increasing impact without increasing complexity or cost. We serve as a force multiplier across the development ecosystem, using our unique combination of capabilities to help countries overcome barriers to scaling up nutrition, domestic resource mobilization as well as local government capacity and ownership.

With programs in more than 60 countries around the world, we work with national, state, and municipal governments to develop, implement, and monitor nutrition programs.  At the national level, Nutrition International mostly works with the nutrition departments of the ministries of health and family services as well as with the secondary and higher education departments of the ministry of education.

We partner with other organizations that share our values and goals, leveraging each others’ strength and resources to increase our impact, and to integrate nutrition onto other platforms and sectors where it is missing.

We work with technical partners to strengthen our expertise. And we partner with the private sector to scale up nutrition.

Multilateral partners


World Food Programme

World Health Organization

World Bank

African Development Bank

Scaling Up Nutrition Movement Secretariat

Academic partners

University of Toronto, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Centre for Global Health

University of Waterloo

McGill University, School of Population and Global Health

University of Saskatchewan: College of Agriculture and Bioresources, College of Pharmacy and Nutrition, and Global Institute for Food Security

Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health

Cornell University

Johns Hopkins University

Emory University Rollins School of Public Health

Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee University School of Public Health

South Australia Health and Medical Research Institute

Technical partners

SickKids Hospital Centre for Global Child Health

Global Alliance for Vitamin A

Folate Task Team

Home Fortification Technical Advisory Group

International Food Policy Research Institute

Center for Disease Control

Micronutrient Forum

Iodine Global Network

Food Fortification Initiative

Society for Implementation Science in Nutrition

Implementation partners

Save the Children

Helen Keller International

World Vision


Girl Effect

World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts

MicroSave Consulting

Emergency Nutrition Network

Private sector partners

Mott MacDonald



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