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Nutrition for adolescent health during COVID-19 (Toolkit)
Information, Education and Communication Materials published by WHO in
This toolkit contains several types of resources: advocacy and key messages, multimedia assets, guidance, and contextualised resources. Resources include infographics with nutrition tips, recommendations and strategies for healthy eating from FAO, WHO, and other sources, reports on the status of food security and nutrition, and guidance for school…
Raising the Profile of Adolescent Nutrition in Pakistan: Learnings on the Journey from Policy to Action
Guideline/Guidance published by GAIN in
This working paper describes lessons learned throughout the development of the Pakistan Adolescent Nutrition Strategy (PANS). The paper utilizes the Innocenti Framework on Food Systems for Children and Adolescents to guide the implementation of PANS and to understand the determinants of adolescent nutrition, specifically trends in consumption,…
Fooya! Fit. Food. Fun. Mobile Gaming App
eLearning published by FriendsLearn in
This resource contains 1) an academic article reporting the effectiveness of the Fooya! app for increasing healthy food choices in a study of 10-11 year old children in Chennai, India; 2) a brief communication describing the results of the study; and 3) a link to download the Fooya! game app. Fooya! uses implicit learning strategies to encourage…
Adolescent Nutrition Training App (UNICEF Bangladesh)
eLearning published by UNICEF in
This "Adolescent Nutrition Training" app (available on Google Play), developed by Riseup Labs, with assistance from UNICEF Bangladesh and the Ministry of Health of Bangladesh, provides a free online nutrition course in Bengali. Users will learn about the importance of adolescent nutrition, the situation in Bangladesh with regard to…
Qualitative Evaluation of a Social Media Campaign to Improve Healthy Food Habits among Urban Adolescent Females in Indonesia
Journal Article published by Academic Journal in
This paper outlines the results of a qualitative evaluation of a social media campaign to promote healthy eating among urban adolescent girls (15-19) in Indonesia. The social media campagin was considered acceptable by the adolescents. They reported finding it informative in terms of health risks of unhealthy diets and motivational to change their…
Preparing Adolescents for Young Adulthood (PAYA): Modules 1 & 2
Information, Education and Communication Materials published by Stepping Stones in
It's My Move is a program that provides youth ages 16-21 years of age the skills and support they need to be successful in independent living. It was originally developed for adolescents aging out of the foster care system and is designed to provide critical information on how to function as an independent adult. Modules 1 and 2 of the…