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, South Africa
A great visual reminder of how to avoid malnutrition. These ten messages are simple and clear enough for even young children to understand and put into practice.
Helen Moestue, SHN Advisor, SC, Norway
The 10 Nutrition messages for children to learn and share effectively demonstrate an interactive way of understanding the fundamental key points for child nutrition. GO, GROW and GLOW for a Healthy, Strong Body and Mind clearly addressing the role of Balanced Diet in a attractive way. Basic concept of all forms of Malnutrition, earliest screening through anthropometric measurements, significance of Breastfeeding, initiation of complementary feeding, recommendation for extra feeding during and after sick period, source of dietary micronutrients, guidelines for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Food safety and Security are clearly visualized among the messages. This poster can contribute a lot towards improving child nutrition by promoting the key messages of Infant and Young Child Feeding, Growth Monitoring and Promotion.
DR. Shafiul Islam, MBBS, MPH (Epidemiology), Research Fellow, Nutrition and Clinical Services Division, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR, B)