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FEED TO GROW
Volunteer Driven Organization committed towards improving nutrition in children under 5; through community based approach,innovative agriculture and empowerment
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FEED TO GROW Sep 1
Humanity unites religion, culture & ethnicity. With hundreds of volunteers across 15 countries & thousands of beneficiaries; Feed To Grow is relentlessly committed to help every child & community in need of malnutrition intervention; irrespective of their religion, & ethnicity💚
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FEED TO GROW Aug 30
No child deserves to be a victim of political conflicts. Despite being displaced from their communities; for some, losing their parents & loved ones; these precious little humans dare to dream & find Joy in injustice. We won’t relent in fighting to make their dreams, realities.
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FEED TO GROW Aug 29
Infant and Young Child (IYCF) training and practices are crucial towards achieving a well nourished “first 1000 days” of life. F2G in partnership with community primary health care agencies, ensures that IYCF training is made available in native languages for better practices.
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FEED TO GROW Aug 29
Understanding the root causes of malnutrition in individual communities, helps us create unique concepts and sustainable implementation strategies for our interventions. 📸 Feed To Grow
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The Rockefeller Foundation Aug 27
Childhood malnutrition is ! describes how a greater understanding of the microbiome can enhance existing tools and resources to combat childhood malnutrition and improve child development.
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FEED TO GROW Aug 28
The Traditional Birth Attendants (TBA) are a major focus group for our interventions. With the support from our partners, we ensure they are adequately trained to care for mother and child.
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FEED TO GROW Aug 6
During our research study within a group of working class mothers in Nigeria; it was observed that on average; maternity leave was given at 6weeks before delivery and 6 weeks after delivery. More needs to be done to encourage exclusive breastfeeding.
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FEED TO GROW Aug 6
Dear employer, you can encourage breastfeeding by creating safe and hygienic spaces for breastfeeding; Ensuring a nearby child care facility and granting paid paternity leaves.
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FEED TO GROW Aug 6
Dear Employer you can support a breastfeeding mother, by ensuring access to breastfeeding breaks; a safe, private, and hygienic space for expressing and storing breastmilk; and affordable childcare at or near her…
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FEED TO GROW Aug 5
Becoming the parent of a new baby is both a life-altering gift and an immense responsibility. Every organization, institution, lawmaker and individual, need to see the urgency for implementation of family friendly…
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CCSImpact Aug 1
“Empower Parents, Enable Breastfeeding”! We can have a world thriving with healthy babies and families if families are encouraged, enabled and empowered to practice breastfeeding!
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HNN Aug 1
that 595,379 childhood deaths from diarrhea & pneumonia each year can be attributed to not ? Read more from the study investigating the Cost of Not Breastfeeding here:
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Ff @PolicyMapping Aug 1
I'm Timi Olagunju, an Innovation Lawyer and Policy Consultant. Advisory Board, and Founder, Youths in Motion. A fellow, Civic Leadership Track
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1,000 Days Jul 22
Additional investments in early childhood nutrition are crucial. They must be a high priority.
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HNN Jul 22
New study aimed to explore the quality of maternal-fetal and , delivery and services in Jordan. Read their findings:
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Toyin Saraki Jul 19
This incredible stat –1 billion dollars a day - this immense loss – is the human and economic impact of not breastfeeding We must support women to breastfeed
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FAO in New York Jul 14
Tomorrow at : Launch of The State of Food Security & Nutrition in the World. Is the world on track to achieve ? will present the latest estimates for hunger & malnutrition at global and regional levels. Agenda👉
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Ff @PolicyMapping May 8
Replying to @bosuntijani @feed2grow
Perhaps it's a message for CChub to do a Food Hackathon and you'll be surprised at solutions. We can leverage tech to solve such problems. A legit 'robinhood' approach to using tech to access food from people with plenty to people like that man is building somethng
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FEED TO GROW Mar 28
Our volunteers are a true reflection that “team work; make the dream work”. We love and appreciate everyone of them❤️ 📸 Nagartavah IDP Camp Jalingo ©️Feed To Grow 2018
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FEED TO GROW Mar 23
Risk assessment and community stakeholders willingness, to participate in our impact projects, is requisite for intervention sustainability. . . 📸 Community Assessment. ©️Feed To Grow…
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