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USAID Advancing Nutrition Concerts Featuring Popular Kyrgyz Musician Promote Mother and Child’s Health and Good Nutrition
USAID Advancing Nutrition in the Kyrgyz Republic hosted free concerts dedicated to promoting the health of mothers and children and raising awareness about the first 1000 days.
Growth monitoring and promotion (GMP) involves regularly measuring children, assessing growth adequacy, and linking children to tailored counseling and referral resources.
Climate change is a global crisis, but its effects are not equal. The new Agency-wide climate strategy will guide USAID’s work through 2030.
Share Your Experience Using Cash, Voucher, and In-Kind Specialized Assistance in Nutrition Programming
Take our survey to help us map cash and voucher assistance (CVA) or in-kind specialized food assistance programs in humanitarian contexts.
USAID Advancing Nutrition Launches Nigeria Project to Support Nutrition Interventions and Programming
The USAID Advancing Nutrition project in Nigeria will focus on improving nutrition interventions and programming in the Kebbi, Sokoto, and Bauchi states.
How Should We Measure Nutrition Programs' Impact? Considering the Limitations of Stunting as the “Gold Standard” Indicator
The task of reducing undernutrition worldwide requires a wide array of program approaches. New resources summarize strengths and limitations of relying on stunting as an indicator of project impact.
The Ministry of Health, on behalf of the Government of Uganda, introduced USAID Advancing Nutrition to diverse stakeholders at a food fortification meeting in Kampala.
The project is working in the Maradi and Zinder regions of Niger to reduce both the prevalence of anemia among women of reproductive age and adolescents, and vitamin A deficiency among children under