Our mission

GAIN’s mission is to reduce malnutrition through sustainable strategies aimed at improving the health and nutrition of populations at risk

International Women's Day

What does women's empowerment have to do with nutrition? Everything.


International School Meals Day 6 March 2014

How GAIN supports school meals in Bangladesh and Brazil


Nigeria: Tackling Malnutrition

GAIN and Jay Naidoo Visit Marginalized Communities in Nigeria


GAIN and The Economist Event. London.

'Feeding the World' Conference 2014: Sponsored by GAIN and the SUN Business Network


GAIN Featured for its Collective Impact

Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) features GAIN along with five other global initiatives that have forged effective collaborations creating positive change for the future.


India: Poster Campaign Released

Posters now on display in medical clinics across the Indian state of Madhyra Pradesh


Combating Hunger and Malnutrition

Marc Van Ameringen gives his perspective on Davos, and discusses solutions to hunger and malnutrition.


Statement: Funding Extension

GAIN’s Program Partnership Arrangement extended with the UK's Department for International Development


GAIN invited into official relations with WHO

GAIN Invited into Official Relations with World Health Organization (WHO)


GAIN Partnership with the Guardian

GAIN launches a dedicated hub on the Global Development Professionals Network in partnership with the UK’s Guardian newspaper.


Innovation. Scale. Impact.

GAIN Releases its 2012-2013 Annual Report

GAIN, World Vision, ADF launce One Goal campaign for nutrition.

One Goal Asia

Miss Universe Malaysia 2011 Deborah Henry and WC Seoul star Ha Dae-sung help launch campaign for nutrition.

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Implementing Programs

New World Magazine Highlights Innovations in Eliminating Food Insecurity Supported by GAIN 

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Building Partnerships

Business Fights Poverty Nutrition Zone. Sharing business knowledge and experiences to improve nutrition.

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Measuring Performance

Annual report: reaching an estimated 811 million people across almost 40 countries.

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