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Triggering For Positive Behaviour Change in Nutrition - Insights from Sustainable Nutrition for All in Uganda and Zambia

Triggering For Positive Behaviour Change in Nutrition - Insights from Sustainable Nutrition for All in Uganda and Zambia

  <h4>Sustainable Nutrition for All Technical Brief No. 2</h4>
Publication Date
Tuesday, August 1, 2017

"The potential of millions of children can be unlocked with good nutrition. Inadequate care and feeding practices, food insecurity, inequitable gender relations, an unhealthy household environment and inadequate health services are all leading contributors to early childhood malnutrition."

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SNV website on November 25 2019; and email from Deirdre McMahon to The Communication Initiative on November 25 2019. Image credit: © Dorah Egunyu/SNV

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