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Helping harness the potential of medical colleges to boost maternal, infant and young child nutrition
In India, FHI 360’s Alive & Thrive (A&T) project is partnering with government medical colleges and attached hospitals in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar states. A&T conducted surveys with the colleges and hospitals and is using the data to help them integrate maternal, infant and young child nutrition into their curricula.
ZORDAR Project: Promotion of Zinc and ORS for Reduction of Diarrhea and Averting its Recurrence in Madhya Pradesh, India, End of Project Report
The ZORDAR end of project report presents achievements and lessons in fighting childhood diarrhea by promoting oral rehydration solution and zinc through rural health care providers and drugstores.
Innovation: mHealth for Better Child Feeding
December 2014 — This brief describes ways that mobile devices and mHealth can improve nutrition programs by collecting and sending information while building trust with your audience.
Mass Communication: Infant and Young Child Feeding at Scale
July 2014 — This brief describes Alive & Thrive’s use of mass communication channels to reach large groups of people with persuasive, consistent messages.
Interpersonal Communication and Community Mobilization: Infant and Young Child Feeding at Scale
July 2014 — This brief describes the use of counseling and community mobilization to personalize messages, demonstrate skills and motivate an audience.
Advocacy: Infant and Young Child Feeding at Scale
July 2014 — This brief describes Alive & Thrive’s distinct approach to advocacy and policy dialogue used to educate and motivate policymakers and program managers.
Strategic Use of Data: Infant and Young Child Feeding at Scale
July 2014 — This brief describes Alive & Thrive’s strategic use of data to inform program design, shape advocacy messages and improve program implementation and management in Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Vietnam.
Diarrhea Alleviation through Zinc and Oral Rehydration Therapy (DAZT)
The Diarrhea Alleviation through Zinc and ORS Therapy (DAZT) project works with both the public and the private sectors to reduce diarrhea among children and increase child survival in two states in India, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh.
Technical Assistance and Support to Madhya Pradesh Health Sector Reforms Projects (MPTAST)
FHI 360’s Madhya Pradesh Health Sector Reforms Program supports the Departments of Health and Development to achieve milestones for improved health, nutrition, water, sanitation and hygiene services in 16 identified, underserved districts. The...
Alive & Thrive (A&T)
Alive & Thrive (A&T) is a global nutrition initiative to save lives, prevent illness and ensure healthy growth and development through improved maternal nutrition, breastfeeding and complementary feeding practice.