Map of Mozambique

USAID Advancing Nutrition, or USAID Promovendo a Nutrição, has worked in Mozambique since August 2019. Collaborating with USAID’s nutrition bilateral project, Transform Nutrition, we work to improve the nutrition of pregnant and lactating women, adolescent girls, and children under 2 years of age. In Nampula Province and at the national level, we aim to—

  • strengthen the government’s capacity to plan, manage, and deliver nutrition services
  • strengthen the government’s systems for multi-sectoral nutrition coordination
  • support partners’ capacity to deliver quality multi-sectoral nutrition programming
  • support USAID Mozambique’s nutrition team and portfolio.


Three mothers holding their small children, while they are smiling outside

Establishing a Women’s Diets Learning Agenda

The project aims to generate global learning, evidence, and innovative practices on how to improve women’s diets.

Vaccinator gives a baby, sitting in its caregivers arms, a vaccine at the Nihessiua Health Centre in Nampula, Mozambique.

Strengthening Human Resources Capacity for Improved Nutrition Service Delivery in Mozambique

USAID Advancing Nutrition supported the Ministry of Health in Mozambique to develop a first-of-its-kind, comprehensive supervision tool for nutrition services.

woman wearing a child on her back

Integrating Responsive Care and Early Learning in Mozambique

Integrating responsive care and early learning into existing nutrition programming to improve early childhood development outcomes.

USAID Advancing Nutrition supports workshops to mobilize policymakers to promote early childhood development.
From June 13 – 17, USAID Advancing Nutrition hosted an all-country learning retreat with eight of the project’s Chiefs of Party.
2021 was a “Year of Action” for nutrition. For USAID Advancing Nutrition, that meant expanding our work to support local ownership of multi-sectoral nutrition programs in 11 countries.