Supporting mothers, families, and communities to breastfeed for a healthier planet.
Good nutrition during the first 1,000 days, from pregnancy until a child’s second birthday, is crucial for optimal child health and long-term development.
Designing nutrition-sensitive agriculture activities means more than just producing more nutrient-rich foods.
On December 17, 2019, USAID Advancing Nutrition launched a new country office in Mozambique.
On May 6-9, 2019, staff from USAID Advancing Nutrition presented on a number of critical nutrition topics at the 2019 CORE Group Global Health Practitioner Conference in Bethesda, Maryland. The
On April 25-26, 2019, USAID Advancing Nutrition staff participated in the Global Nutrition Symposium on Improving Human Nutrition and Incomes through Effective Livestock Research and Extension
The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to have an indirect, yet severe and lasting, effect on maternal and child nutrition.
Inadequate nutrition, suboptimal care, and poor feeding practices put children under 5 years at higher risk of disease and mortality.
This webinar shared results of scoping and mixed methods reviews of studies examining behavioral interventions to increase family support for recommended maternal and child nutrition practices in
Applying nutrition-sensitive agriculture continues to challenge development practitioners all over the world.
Government leaders are often faced with tough choices in funding public health programs, including nutrition.
USAID Advancing Nutrition is proud to join the joint meeting of the Third World Breastfeeding Conference , the First World Complementary Feeding Conference, the XV Brazilian Breastfeeding Meeting,
The first 1,000 days spanning roughly between conception and a child’s second birthday is a period of unique development, representing both risk and opportunity.