Five ways to get food fortification right
Around the world, billions of people live with vitamin and mineral deficiencies. In the latest in our ‘Farm to Fork’ series – calling for large-scale change to the food system – Greg S. Garrett and Lawrence Haddad from the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) explore fortification.
Connecting the Dots to Set Up a Decade of Impact for Nutrition
Lawrence Haddad, GAIN’s Executive Director, and Francesco Branca, WHO’s Director of Nutrition for Health and Development, discuss challenges and opportunities for creating demand for building momentum for nutrition in the coming decade
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Starting life strong in slums: the role of engaging vulnerable groups on sanitation and nutrition
On World Water Week, GAIN and World Bank explain why it is important to bring the nutrition and WASH sector closer together to improve the lives and health of people living in slums
New Food Fortification Project Aims to Tackle Hidden Hunger in Haiti
GAIN and Partners of America announce the launch of RANFOSE, a four-year project supported by USAID, designed to address micronutrient deficiencies in Haiti.
Here is how a small Kenyan business is helping low income consumers access nutritious food products
Organi Limited is a sweet potato processing business in Homa Bay, Kenya, and is one of the over 60 companies that have been supported by the Marketplace for Nutritious Foods. Our team in Kenya recently sat down with Organi’s CEO, to learn about how her business is helping improve the nutrition of many poor consumers in Western Kenya.
Embodying the Future: How to Improve the Nutrition Status of Adolescent Girls in Pakistan?
To mark International Youth Day on 12 August, GAIN launches its report “Embodying the Future: How to improve the nutrition status of adolescent girls in Pakistan?” in collaboration with Dr. Zulfiqar A. Bhutta
Future elevated CO2: another reason to cure our “Anemia Amnesia”
Lawrence Haddad, GAIN’s Executive Director, comments on a recently released paper in GeoHealth, which warns about the potential rise in iron deficiency due to elevated levels of carbon dioxide.
World Breastfeeding Week
#WBW2017: Protecting and Supporting Breastfeeding Together
This week, GAIN celebrates World Breastfeeding Week by emphasizing the importance of “Sustaining Breastfeeding Together”. Here are three examples of how GAIN is supporting mothers to adopt and sustain optimal breastfeeding practices