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Photo: Sokchanlida Horn for USAID Advancing Nutrition

Upcoming Events

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The ToT will provide an orientation to the Design Guide materials, an overview of best practices in peer-led facilitation, and the opportunity to practice facilitating workshop sessions.

Past Events

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USAID Advancing Nutrition is launching the Feeding and Disability Resource Bank to assist nutrition and disability program managers with the design and implementation of effective nutrition programs
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In response to the pandemic and other global shocks threatening to derail progress made towards achieving nutrition targets, the ACT-NM launched the COVID-19 and Nutrition Analytical Framework.
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These three webinars aim to review the importance of competencies and how to translate them from a concept to a tangible, relevant tool for designing high-quality capacity strengthening interventions.
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Throughout the life cycle, women have unique nutritional needs, particularly during adolescence, pregnancy, and lactation.

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Anemia is a multifaceted condition that affects millions of people globally. This webinar covered key results of a review by the Anemia Task Force and discuss the implications of these findings.
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Experts share findings on complementary feeding in emergencies programming in alignment with the Action Framework, and tools and resources related to complementary feeding in emergencies.
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Understanding the dietary practices of infants, young children, and women can strengthen policies, programs, and interventions to improve nutrition.

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Effective programs require accurate and reliable data to inform progress. Tracking nutrition indicators is integral to the success of data-informed decisions for nutrition programs and policies.