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Maternity Dietitians Ireland Nov 2
Looking forward to our first conference on 4th Nov, showcasing a wealth of Irish research & expertise on A great opportunity for learning & discussion with midwives, obstetricians, GPs and dietitians. Now fully booked! Follow for live tweets & updates.
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#StopChildMalnutritionIndia 6 Dec 18
" plays big role in child , it has a lifelong impact on child’s health and other life outcomes. Despite improvements, 3 of 10 Indian women still begin pregnancy underweight, half of pregnant women in 2015-16 had "
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Uma Mahadevan May 15
Of > 20 million babies born with low birth weight annually, half of them are in South Asia. The major issue is poor maternal nutrition, which can restrict fetal growth.
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Khyati Tiwari Jun 22
Coming soon... Karnataka State in India has piloted a new approach to improve by combining a mid-day meal, health service package and peer support.
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The Bulletin of the World Health Organization Apr 18
Suman Chakrabarti et al. analyse equity and coverage of and services for and young in
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Nutrition International Oct 10
NI is excited to launch its MMS Cost-Benefit Tool, which provides policymakers with a clear picture of the financial and health impacts of transitioning from IFAS to MMS!
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UNICEF Bhutan Jun 26
Here’s how Bhutan compares to countries in South Asia in terms of maternal nutrition. Want to know more about how these countries are working to improve maternal nutrition? Find out here:
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Aoife Hearne RD Nov 4
Great conference today thanks and great to see it ethical sponsorship
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UNICEF Nepal Jul 7
Learn about how countries in South Asia, including , are working to improve , the challenges faced and steps being taken to improve impact and reduce high levels of maternal malnutrition in the region.
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Kate Maslin PhD RD Sep 5
New paper out today:Nutritional intake of pregnant women following bariatric surgery. Take home message = not enough known about dietary intake & pregnancy outcomes in this population group, prospective research needed. .
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Vani Sethi Jun 21
How are countries in South Asia working to improve the nutritional care of women? Coming soon - a special issue of Nutrition Exchange from ENN and UNICEF on in South Asia.
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UNICEF Afghanistan Jun 26
Reaching pregnant with nutrition interventions is especially difficult in fragile contexts. Find out how a new cadre of nutrition counsellors is helping to tackle this challenge in .
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TalkingNutrition Mar 12
MMN deficiencies often worsen throughout pregnancy as a woman’s nutritional requirements increase. Find out more about the health benefits MMN supplementation can deliver for expectant mothers and their infants:
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INDI Nov 4
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#StopChildMalnutritionIndia Nov 30
This week's Focusing on Tools For Strengthening Services developed by National Centre of Excellence and Advanced Research on Diets Left-top you can subscribe to receive future issues of ]
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UNICEF Nepal Jul 1
Interventions to improve maternal nutrition are being integrated into health service platforms and linked with interventions in other sectors in Nepal. Learn how this is being done here:
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INDI Nov 2
Best of luck for a great event on Monday 👍🏻👍🏻
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Gracia Raina Foundation Mar 14
Let's begin with basics! Fill up the and send us a picture of it. Tag your friends & family who may know answers to these.
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Sinéad Curran Jul 25
A large part of every class on is spent sorting out misconceptions & worries about harm to babies & mother's health. It's a distraction from useful info about & that are of real benefit in . 🙌
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UNICEF Bhutan Jun 25
Want to know what’s being done to improve maternal nutrition in Bhutan, the challenges & what more needs to be done? Find out here on the Nutrition Exchange (NEX) on in South Asia Issue:
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