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After temporarily lifting the country’s mandatory wheat flour fortification requirement in March 2020, Indonesia’s Ministry of Industries has passed legislation reinstating it.
The County Government of Nakuru launched its County Nutrition Action Plan (CNAP) for 2020-2025. The plan provides a comprehensive and costed strategy to scale up efforts to eliminate malnutrition.
The Bomet County Nutrition Action Plan, developed with support from Nutrition International, outlines a multisectoral approach to scale up efforts to eliminate malnutrition in the county.
Purity Wanja went into premature labour. As a first-time mother living in a rural area of Kenya, she was worried about the health of her baby and immediately visited her local health centre.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, frontline health workers in Pakistan like Shazia Amjad have been working tirelessly to combat fear and stigma, dispel myths, and keep people informed.
Santosh Sukhram promotes the use of double-fortified salt (DFS) to combat anaemia in women and girls and ensure better health for everyone in her village.
On December 14th, the world kicked off a year of action on nutrition at a global event with the United Nations, partners, and country representatives.
To recover better from the COVID-19 pandemic we must build resilience by recognizing the interdependence of nutrition and human rights, breaking down silos and cultivating smart, innovative and multi
Studies have shown that women consider the realities and possibilities of domestic violence when weighing choices about food consumption and distribution.