Category: Nutrition

Here is an interesting paper for our network… Integrating nutrition into the education sector in low‐ and middle‐income countries: A framework for a win–win collaboration Abstract Malnutrition—both undernutrition and overnutrition—is a public health concern worldwide and particularly in low‐ and middle‐income countries (LMICs). The education sector has high potential to

We are absolutely delighted to have most of our nutrition education resources listed in this excellent HUB of resources on Adolescent Nutrition. Do go and have a look at it. It’s really easy to navigate. Lots of excellent and inspiring case studies and resources and training toolkits: Posters (including ours)

In Tim Spector’s new book, Spoonfed, Professor Tim Spector sets outs in a fascinating, highly digestible way what ALL of us need to know about nutrition. In almost every country in the work we are ‘fed‘ so many powerful stories about what to eat and why. There are many many

These Extension Activities are from our Children’s Participation in Eye Health and the Promotion of Good Vision resource book for teachers and educators. Read more about the book and download it now! We have talked about Tippy Taps frequently in our 100 messages; in Water, Sanitation & Hygiene, Nutrition, Diarrhoea,

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Since we came into being in July 2013, Children for Health has been asked to help with nutrition education programmes for children. For example, we have worked with the Provincial Government of Tete in Mozambique and with a Save the Children programme in Cambodia. We help with programme design, training,

From the desk of Clare Hanbury… In December 2018, I was asked to go to Kampong Cham in Cambodia to help with Save the Children’s Adolescent Nutrition programme and to conduct a four-day workshop training for Save the Children staff, frontline workers and local government officials. One of the aims

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Download our Nutrition poster for FREE now! Testimonials The short, action-oriented messages in this educational poster are valuable to promoting continual, visible communication on nutrition. These family- and community-based essential actions for good nutrition show that malnutrition must be addressed by many stakeholders. Carol Browne, Health and Nutrition Communication Consultant,

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Our July topic is Nutrition, it is one of our 10 topics with 10 ‘nutrition’ messages for children to learn and share. You can find more information about this topic by clicking here. Our 100 Health Messages for Children to Learn and Share are simple, reliable health education messages aimed

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This is a FANTASTIC study – well worth downloading and reading. A fuller review will come in July during our Nutrition Month. Bridging the Gap: Engaging Adolescents for Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Development May 2018. WFP and Anthrologica Extract from the Forward When we first discussed the idea for this research

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Everyone Counts is a colourful, illustrated storybook that tells the story of the need for sharing food fairly. ZaZa and ZuZu the scarlet macaws are angry that the men always eat first and do not remember to leave enough food for the children and for Mama. What can the parrots

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