County governments in Kenya commit to increase resources for nutrition

At a Nutrition Financing Workshop on February 4th, four Kenyan county governments signed agreements with Nutrition International, committing to increase domestic resources for nutrition programs.
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Canadian MPs see impact of Nutrition International's work in Tanzania

Canadian MPs on a field visit in Tanzania

Canadian members of Parliament Marwan Tabbara and Lianne Rood travelled to Tanzania in January to see the impact of Canadian-funded projects in the country.
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Field Stories

From community events to training, Rachna Kulhade goes the extra mile to fight anaemia

Rachna Kulhade training other health workers on anaemia prevention

Despite graduating with a degree in electronic and communications engineering, Rachna was determined to help India become a country were women and children no longer die from malnutrition.
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Adolescent girls in Indonesia use their smartphones to fight anaemia

Girls in Indonesia are using their smartphones to track their nutritional status and encouraging their friends to do the same.
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From the Experts

Gender equality at the 2019 SUN Global Gathering and beyond: Kathmandu Call to Action on Women and Girls' Nutrition

Panel at the SUN global gathering gender equality workshop

Nutrition International and the Scaling Up Nutrition Movement (SUN) Secretariat co-hosted the 2019 SUN Global Gathering’s gender workshop, entitled “Productive, not just reproductive! The power of gender equality and empowering women and girls to scale up nutrition.” 
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Multi-level monitoring and enforcement improves consumption of iodized salt in Indonesia

By Aarati Pillai, Rozy A. Jafar and Suvabrata Dey Iodine is an essential micronutrient for the human body, critical for physical and mental development. Despite this, iodine deficiency remains a global health concern, with consequences such as goitre, hypothyroidism and stunted growth. Many of these consequences are irreversible, but they can be prevented. Salt iodization
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Nutrition International launches ‘Right Start’ to provide better nutrition for women, adolescent girls and children in Tanzania

Nutrition International launched the ‘Right Start Initiative’ in Tanzania to improve the nutrition and health of women, adolescent girls, newborns and young children in the country through a $CAN 2.8M (4.7B TZS) investment over five years to 2020.
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Address by Nutrition International President and CEO at launch of Right Start Kenya

Nutrition International President and CEO Joel Spicer spoke at the launch of Right Start in Kenya on June 15, 2017.
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