Health & Nutrition

Tuesday 28 August 2018

Working to Improve Nutrition in Northern Nigeria (WINNN) Launches Adopt-A- Site Campaign

To ensure that interventions are well sustained beyond the life of the programme which ends in March 2019, WINNN (Working to Improve Nutrition in Northern Nigeria) implements a sustainability strategy that includes supporting the state governments of Jigawa and Yobe to domesticate the National Policy on Food and Nutrition, develop a robust 5 year, costed multi sectoral nutrition strategic plan, build the capacity of the State Food and Nutrition Committees to effectively coordinate nutrition activities and advocating for increased government funding for nutrition among others.

Friday 17 August 2018

GATES NUTRITION ADVOCACY PROJECT ORGANIZES COMMUNITY TOWN HALL MEETING TO FACILITATE CITIZEN'S ENGAGEMENT ON DEMAND CREATION FOR NUTRITIONAL SERVICES IN TWO PILOT LGA’S (SOBA AND JABA) WARD DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEES IN KADUNA STATE

Malnutrition and Nutrition related diseases continue to be problems of great public health importance in Kaduna State. Despite being the third income generating state out of 36 States with GDP of $1,666, 56.7% of children Under-five years with a staggering 613,686 children stunted (NDHS 2013).

Friday 17 August 2018

SAVE THE CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL- LAGOS OFFICE FEATURES ON THE SILVER BIRD TV MORNING NEWS HOUR TO COMMEMORATE WORLD BREASTFEEDING WEEK

 World Breastfeeding Week is celebrated yearly from August 1 – 7 aimed at promoting breastfeeding and improving the health of babies all around the world. This celebration provides a platform to inform, anchor, engage and galvanize the benefits of breastfeeding as a universal solution for mother and child.

Friday 22 June 2018

SAVE THE CHILDREN WINS 2018 LAGOS GREEN AWARD

Thursday 17 May 2018

Save the Children International facilitates restoration of Hygiene and Water Sanitation at Adaranijo Market, Lagos state

Adaranijo market buzzes with commercial activity, as buyers and sellers spend no less than 10hours daily exchanging goods and currency. Strategically located within Shomolu LGA, and known for its fresh produce, Adaranijo market is readily frequented by Women and children alike. Given the flow of people in and out of the market, and the absence of functional toilet facilities to serve the market area, defecating in the open fast became the order of the day in the area that surrounds Adaranijo market.

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