With funding from USAID’s New Partner’s Initiative, USAID Advancing Nutrition has awarded four grants to organizations with demonstrated experience in improving nutrition outcomes.
USAID Advancing Nutrition is conducting a survey to better understand the range of programs that have adopted this approach to treat moderate acute malnutrition in children under five years of age.
The project’s guidance on conducting formative research on adolescent nutrition and the Adolescent Nutrition Resource Bank were featured in Emergency Nutrition Network’s Field Exchange.
Speakers discussed successes and challenges related to designing nutrition-sensitive agriculture programs during a Society for International Development event.
The next iteration of the GNCP aims to strengthen the collective impact of the U.S. Government’s diverse nutrition investments.
The presentation focused on sharing a straightforward—and critical—process for prioritizing behaviors for a nutrition program.
Well-supported educators and accessible teaching materials are essential to a quality education for grade-school children.
The Nutrition for Growth Summit culminates a year-long initiative to galvanize action for nutrition.