BRIGHT, funded by Global Affairs Canada, is a seven-year project that seeks to empower adolescents in Tanzania to exercise their sexual and reproductive health and nutrition rights.
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This implementation research project will introduce multiple micronutrient supplementation into antenatal care and identify solutions to optimize adherence among pregnant women in Northern Nigeria.
Working alongside our partners, this project will deliver integrated nutrition, health and WASH programming for those who need it most in Malawi, Ghana and Pakistan.
REACTS-IN contributes 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.
This collaboration with TechnoServe will provide technical assistance to the food fortification industry of Indonesia– strengthening the enabling environment to scale up fortification.
With good nutrition, a girl can grow, learn, earn and lead. Together, we can spur global action to ensure girls have the nutrition they need to survive and thrive.
In collaboration with University of Toronto and Campbell Collaboration/University of Ottawa, we develop gender- and equality-related nutrition indicators to ensure the quality of our programs.