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Hear Livable Cities partners share highlights and learnings from World Urban Forum 9.
Eating for nutrition is important, but there is much more to nutrition than only food.
The World Ubran Forum was an energizing event, but there was a lot that was not right. Women's voices and conversations on transport were notably missing.
When I was young, I had a calendar with a picture of a terrace garden. Lack of space and knowledge used to keep me from creating a garden at home. But now that I know how to create an urban garden, I’m all set to turn that saved picture from that old calendar into reality.
Where do our ideas about delicious food come from? How much are those ideas influenced by advertising? More importantly, how can we positively influence people’s attitudes towards healthy and unhealthy foods?
There was no red lipstick and no fancy saree. There were only malnourished girls living in poverty.
These workshops provide local health workers an opportunity to enhance their understanding of nutritional needs for mothers and infants through fun and interactive activies, including the hands-on food demonstrations.
Youth are taking the lead to promote maternal, newborn and child health through interactive street dramas in Nepal.
Being a university student with a hard-pressed schedule, he finds he has no time for anything but burgers, French fries and other processed foods.
They come in with fresh ideas and questions, full of energy and creativity. They are eager to learn and to gain new skills.