USAID Advancing Nutrition draws together global nutrition experience to design, implement, and evaluate programs that address the root causes of malnutrition. Working across and through varied sectors, we provide technical support to and implementation of nutrition interventions for USAID and its partners to address the root causes of malnutrition. We also provide technical assistance to USAID to support the implementation of the Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Strategy 2014-2025 in the many countries where USAID works.
Browse a selection of 52 activities from our Focus Area technical teams.
Supporting Community-Level Counseling on Common Childhood Illnesses and Nutrition-Related Behaviors in Kenya
USAID Advancing Nutrition is supporting efforts to strengthen counseling related to prevention of common childhood illnesses and malnutrition within the integrated community case management program.
USAID Advancing Nutrition supports coordination and collaboration to strengthen a continuum of care for wasting management that includes both prevention and treatment.
Anemia is caused by multiple factors—most notably, iron and other nutrient deficiencies, malaria, helminthes infestation, non-specific inflammation, and genetic blood disorders. Preventing and controlling anemia require an…
USAID Advancing Nutrition hosts the web platform for the COVID-19 Infant Feeding Research Interest Group, as an active member and sub-group co-chair.
USAID and other implementing and academic organizations have developed virtual Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) courses available to practitioners at no cost.
Nutrition social and behavior change can be challenging, but the right tools can help programmers design, implement, monitor, and evaluate high quality social and behavior change programs.