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

31 January 2014

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

The World Health Organization (WHO) has welcomed the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) into official relations. After consideration by its Standing Committee on Non-governmental Organizations, the WHO Executive Board confirmed GAIN’s position in support of WHO’s nutritional policies, including those on infant feeding and the promotion of complementary food.  




Business Scales Up Action to Combat Global Malnutrition

22 January 2014
 

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Wednesday January 22, 2014 

Business Scales Up Action to Combat Global Malnutrition




Fortification in Edible Oil with Vitamin A Bill, 2013

20 November 2013

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The ‘Fortification in Edible Oil with Vitamin A Bill, 2013’ was passed today by the Bangladesh Parliament. Hon’ble Minister for Industries Dilip Barua moved the Bill, for its passage in an amended form.




Member of the GAIN’s Board of Directors appointed Director at FAO

31 July 2013

Member of the GAIN’s Board Directors, Dr. Anna Lartey, has been appointed Director, Nutrition Division at FAO Headquarters in Rome, by José Graziano da Silva, Director General of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Dr. Larty takes up her new responsibilities on October 1.

GAIN very much welcomes the appointment and looks forward to continued collaboration with Dr. Lartey.

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Amsterdam Initiative against Malnutrition (AIM): Innovative Models for Better Nutrition

5 June 2013

On May 22nd 2013 a new multi-stakeholder partnership between the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and a consortium of partners of the Amsterdam Initiative against Malnutrition (AIM) was launched in The Hague.




May 22nd AIM event: Innovative Models for Better Nutrition

5 June 2013

On May 22nd 2013 a new multi-stakeholder partnership between the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and a consortium of partners of the Amsterdam Initiative against Malnutrition (AIM) was launched in The Hague.




Dutch Businesses, Knowledge Institutes, NGOs and Government Join Forces to Improve Nutrition in Africa and Asia

21 May 2013

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A new Public-Private Partnership between the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and a consortium of AIM partners will be launched today in The Hague to support improved nutrition in Africa and Asia.




GAIN Experts Author Scientific Articles on Best Practices and Lessons in Adding Essential Nutrients to Widely Consumed Foods

5 March 2013

Learning Aims to Strengthen Global Nutrition Interventions for Higher Impact



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