Recent Blog Entries: Guest Blogger
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.
“If you go to school with your brothers, who will help me with the household work?"
At the end of the trial, we found a significant difference in diet diversity and quantity of nutritious food consumed by women and children compared to the control group.
On 29 July we celebrate International Tiger Day in Dhaka. This raises the question: how would you prefer to die, by tiger attack or by poison?
This conference was a call to action for government and NGOs to tackle the barriers preventing adolescents from achieving optimal health.
Who says rural villages in Nepal can’t have great, love stories? And that I can’t write about them?
Participants buzzed as they discussed possible answers, laughed and cheered when they scored points and sighed when they didn’t. It was just like a TV game show!