Nutrition International’s BRIGHT project will empower adolescent girls and boys by providing them with improved access to sexual reproductive health and nutrition services.
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Nutrition International celebrates the World Health Organization’s decision to include the new weekly iron and folic acid supplementation formula to the Model List of Essential Medicines.
The IGNIT3 project will focus on helping to improve the nutrition of children, adolescent girls and women, who are disproportionally affected by malnutrition.
REACTS-IN will contribute to achieving global nutrition targets by improving the health and nutrition of women, adolescent girls and children under five in Bangladesh, Kenya, Somalia and Tanzania.
In collaboration with the Government of Pakistan, Nutrition International is putting women at the centre of care and conducting implementation research. Take a look at this implementation in photos.
A menstrual health management project is supporting adolescent girls to become empowered advocates of their own health and nutrition.
Two of Nutrition International’s leading experts on vitamin A supplementation provide insight into the life-changing difference of this low-cost, high-impact nutrition intervention.
Nutrition International and 3ie are developing an evidence gap map to evaluate existing interventions and set the agenda for future initiatives aimed at reducing the global burden of anaemia.
Discover the untapped potential of Indonesia’s wheat flour fortification in addressing the widespread burden of micronutrient deficiencies among the population.
On the cusp of World Breastfeeding Week, Pakistan passed two progressive laws that underscore the country’s commitment to enabling breastfeeding.