Linking health care, agriculture and business to improve nutritional health and food security for people in Kolda and Kédougou, particularly women and young children.
around the world.
For more than 25 years, Nutrition International has been working to improve global nutrition. Consult our global project database to find out how.
With UK aid from the UK Government, NTEAM’s TAN project provides support and assistance to SUN Movement countries to improve the nutritional status of their populations, especially women and children.
Since 1994, we've been leading the global effort to reduce the death of children under five by making sure that vitamin A supplements are delivered to developing countries around the world.
The Better Investment for Stunting Alleviation project supports the Government of Indonesia’s national strategy to reduce stunting by improving nutrition before pregnancy and in the first 1,000 days.
Nutrition International is helping state governments in India increase the availability of fortified foods in their social safety net programs (SSNPs), improving access to critical micronutrients.
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.