Nutrition Education for Women

Women and girls’ health must be a priority during the COVID-19 pandemic

adolescent girl at home Pakistan

The life of nearly every citizen in the world has been affected by COVID-19. Yet the long-term consequences of the pandemic will be felt most acutely by women and girls, especially those from countries where already challenging economic conditions are being compounded by poor health, disease and gender inequities. Read More…

Community health champion Rekhaben Zampada is changing and saving lives in rural India

Rekhaben is a health worker in Gujarat

Rekhaben is an Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA), a trained health educator and promoter deployed by the Government of Gujarat’s Department of Health and Family Welfare. Read More…

BKMEA and Nutrition International launch initiative to improve nutrition for garment factory workers in Bangladesh

The Bangladesh Knitwear Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BKMEA) and Nutrition International jointly launched a new initiative to improve nutrition of workers of garment factories in Bangladesh. Read More…

Nutrition International launches behaviour change intervention strategy to improve health of pregnant women in Bangladesh

NI launches BCI strategy to improve health of pregnant women in Bangladesh

NI, in collaboration with Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, has recently launched a new BCI Strategy to change attitudes and behaviours around nutrition amongst mothers-to-be, pregnant mothers, and their family. Read More…

Nutrition International runs behaviour change communication campaign to help adolescent girls in Indonesia thrive

Nutrition International is supporting the Government of Indonesia in including adolescent girls in the conversation around anaemia prevention so that they can become drivers of change within their communities and lead healthier lives. Read More…

From Addis to Delhi, accelerating progress in adolescent nutrition through cross continent learning

Our India and Ethiopia offices have recently collaborated to exchange learnings from our adolescent nutrition programs as part of the Right Start initiative. Read More…

Nutrition International, WAGGGS collaboration makes headway in Bangladesh

In partnership with Nutrition International, the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) is developing a nutrition badge curriculum to help up to 70,000 adolescent girls in Bangladesh live healthier lives and reach their full potential. Read More…

Government of Indonesia, Nutrition International collaborate to improve adolescent girls’ nutrition for a better future

Nutrition International and Indonesia’s Ministry of Health jointly hosted a seminar to highlight Nutrition International’s Right Start Initiative and MITRA Youth, supported respectively by the governments of Canada and Australia. Read More…