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GAIN and partners visit projects in Ethiopia

GAIN, in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and Concern Worldwide (CWW), organized a visit with key stakeholders in Ethiopia in December to share experiences and progress on two projects.

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2017 will defy predictions

2017 will defy predictions, says Lawrence Haddad, Executive Director of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), as he provides his top 10 “predictions” for the year.

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Knowing your consumer – the essential ingredient for marketing nutrition

While numerous companies, large and small, have achieved market success with people with the lowest incomes, many more have failed. There are different factors which contribute to the lack of success in this market, but one that comes up time and time again is: not sufficiently understanding this unique consumer group, says the Sun Business Network’s Hannah Theobold.

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Why do we need to go beyond awareness raising for healthy diets?

Globally, consumers are becoming more conscious of their health: more people take action to stay fit, choose to eat healthy foods and may take vitamin pills as a preventive measure. However, lack of awareness about the relationship between the food consumed and our health remains a big challenge, especially in developing countries. Marti van Liere, GAIN’s Director of Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition writes.

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