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Anemia infographic. Images: graphics representing the 3 stages - assess, prioritize, coordinate. Title: Act to Reduce Anemia, Summary: Anemia is a widespread public health problem with many causes—reducing its prevalence improves the health and economic development of families and nations. Countries can take the following actions to address their specific anemia situation. Text: ASSESS THE SITUATION Anemia has many causes, such as infections, micronutrient deficiencies, inflammation, and genetic disorders.
Infographics | Jul 2017
Two young girls and an adolescent girl laugh as they connect straps to buckets to put over the goat standing next to them. The overlay text says: What is systems thinking for nutrition? Systems thinking means addressing nutrition in all areas of life: home, work, school, markets, and social circles.
Infographics | Jul 2017
A woman stands on a stage in front of a large crowd seated in a variety of plastic chairs and on the ground. She is holding an infant wrapped in cloth and is facing to the side of the stage and 3/4 away from the audience. She looks frustrated. The overlay text says: How can we reduce anemia? Governments and communities must work together to implement tailored solutions that address the many causes of anemia.
Infographics | Jul 2017
A woman sits on the ground with a hut in the background. She leans over and focuses intently on her baby whom she is attempting to feed. The baby is more interested in the camera than in the food. The overlay text says: How can we reduce anemia? Governments and communities must work together to implement tailored solutions that address the many causes of anemia.
Infographics | Jul 2017
A woman crouches in her vegetable garden and holds her toddler son. She is focused on the plants while he is focused on the camera. The text overlay says: What is nutrition-sensitive agriculture? Agriculture is nutrition-sensitive when it goes beyond food production to address underlying causes of malnutrition.
Infographics | Jul 2017
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Screen capture of the 10 recommendations
Infographics | Mar 2017
SPRING/Nigeria - Scaling Up IYCF Training
Infographics | Dec 2016
Bangladesh Country Achievements, Project Year 5
Infographics | Dec 2016
Uganda Country Achievements, Project Year 5
Infographics | Dec 2016
Senegal Country Achievements, Project Year 5
Infographics | Dec 2016
Kyrgyz Republic Country Achievements, Project Year 5
Infographics | Dec 2016
Ghana Country Achievements, Project Year 5
Infographics | Dec 2016
Five Ways to Improve Nutrition Through Agriculture
Infographics | Oct 2016
World Food Day 2016 Facts - Climate Change
Infographics | Oct 2016
World Food Day 2016 Facts - Households
Infographics | Oct 2016
World Food Day 2016 Facts - Farmer Field Schools
Infographics | Oct 2016
World Food Day 2016 Facts - Undernutrition
Infographics | Oct 2016
World Breastfeeding Week 2016 Facts - Benefits of Universal Breastfeeding
Infographics | Aug 2016
World Breastfeeding Week 2016 Facts - Infant and Young Child Feeding in Nigeria
Infographics | Aug 2016
World Breastfeeding Week 2016 Facts - Breastfeeding Benefits
Infographics | Aug 2016
World Breastfeeding Week 2016 Facts - Early Initiation of Breastfeeding in Uganda
Infographics | Aug 2016
Spring Q2 Overview, The first half of FY2016 showed continued growth in the reach and impact of the SPRING Project
Infographics | May 2016
Bangladesh Country Achievements, Project Year 5, October 2015 to March 2016
Infographics | May 2016
Ghana Country Achievements, Project Year 5, October 2015 to March 2016
Infographics | May 2016
Kyrgyz Republic Country Achievements, Project Year 5, October 2015 to March 2016
Infographics | May 2016
Nigeria Country Achievements, Project Year 5, October 2015 to March 2016
Infographics | May 2016
Uganda Country Achievements, Project Year 5, October 2015 to March 2016
Infographics | May 2016