DAVOS, Switzerland, 23 January 2015: The Center for Global Health and Diplomacy, the Government of Guinea and the Government of Canada joined with political leaders, health experts, key stakeholders, and private sector leaders to explore the intersection of health and security through several discrete lenses – including education, nutrition, prevention of violence against women and girls and maternal and child health.
Learning Aims to Strengthen Global Nutrition Interventions for Higher Impact
Partners from 11 Countries Share Lessons Learned and Best Practice for Reducing Malnutrition
Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, 19 September 2012 -- The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) today convened a workshop in Addis Abeba among key partners from 11 countries across Africa to share lessons learned, successes, challenges and next steps in reducing malnutrition through large-scale food fortification.
This paper provides an overview of current thinking on modes of delivery and the salient issues surrounding Food by Prescription (FBP) program implementation.