Agriculture is the single largest producing sector of the Bangladesh economy, and both the government and NGOs are providing extensive support to this sector.
This 4 page brief highlights SPIR's approaches to improving nutrition.
2 page summary highlighting the USAID/Food For Peace funded SPIR program.
HER HARVEST OUR FUTURE is an ambitious, radical initiative that tackles the crisis of poverty by improving nutrition and food security...
Early childhood (from birth to 6 years old) is the most important stage of a child’s life.
This 42 page document showcases She Feeds the World, CARE's strategic program framework for Food and Nutrition Security.
2 page summary on the national scale up of the multi-sector approach to nutrition strengthening.
This 2 page learning brief highlights using orange fleshed sweet potatoes to improve nutrition.
CARE's 12 recommendations for how to do effective nutrition programming in nutrition-sensitive arenas.
This 2 page brief highlights learning from collaboration between CARE's GRAD project and the International Potato Centre (CIP) and...
This 42 page document highlights the key findings oin CARE's impact in Bangladesh from 2010-2015, including helping more than 41,000...
This 25 page documents highlights how CARE delivers on its goal to impact 50 million people by 2020 with improved food and nutrition...
Chef Advocate Toolkit
Learn how to be partner with CARE to put an end to global hunger by becoming a Chef Advocate.
Findings from the CARE Learning Tour to Djibouti and Mozambique
Findings from the CARE Chefs’ Learning Tour to Mozambique
This 70 page report documents the findings of the SHOUHARDO II program, a Food For Peace program in Bangladesh that aims to reduce...
Kore Lavi is implementing a safety net program that improves access to locally produced foods among vulnerable households.
GRAD is a five-year USAID-funded project designed to build on the Government of Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Program Plus (PSNP)...
This 54 page document describes the SHOUHARDO food security program in Bangladesh and how it uses a women's empowerment model to...
Fighting Hunger and Malnutrition:
Ingredients for Success in Peru
Among women participating in the program, average incomes more than doubled.
Rising food prices and climate pattern changes have compromised the ability for many farmers in Africa to access food for their families...
We are beginning to see the results of our efforts in promoting, protecting and supporting optimal infant and young child feeding.
In January 2012, a high-level delegation, including U.S.
Among the most persistent challenges facing Bangladesh is child malnutrition.
Evidence points to the importance of programs that address risk factors that keep children from developing to their full potential.
Many of the health services delivered to poor rural families come from community health volunteers or extension agents.
CARE’s Nutrition Plus Team Capacity and Experience
Lack of nutritious food is a barrier to health and wellbeing for the most vulnerable, poor and marginalized people in the world.
Undernourished pregnant women have higher reproductive risks, including death during or following childbirth.