Strengthening the enabling environment for scaling-up access to good quality complementary foods


This paper forms the third part of a series of three papers exploring the enabling environment, business models, and behaviour change components of GAIN’s Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition (MIYCN) portfolio.

This working paper identifies needs and explore ways to improve access to good quality complementary foods in the context of the promotion of optimal infant and young child feeding and care practices. By updating and aligning global recommendations and standards with the latest evidence, research and best practice, GAIN has been able to advance the enabling environment including market-based approaches to improve access to good quality complementary feeding products by low-income families. 

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