Nutrition Projects

CARE runs 167 projects improving nutrition around the world. These include projects in the communities, CARE implements an integrated model developed through 10 years of programming across multiple countries, where key nutrition-sensitive interventions support a core nutrition-specific behavior-based approach, ensuring not only the promotion of improved nutrition practices but also helping to provide the necessary foundation for adopting them.

Our Projects

Nutrition at the Center
With generous funding from the Sall Family Foundation, this program has reached mothers, their children, and influential household and community members through an integrated intervention model of malnutrition prevention, care, and support while continuing to work towards the goal of a 13% reduction in anemia in women and children and a 9% decrease in child stunting.

Funded by USAID since 2010 in nearly 2,000 of the most vulnerable communities in Bangladesh, SHOUHARDO II builds on the successes of SHOUHARDO I, where CARE learned that women's empowerment activities really did make children grow taller.

Harande means “Food Security” in Puelh, a local language in Mali. Harande helps communities build resilience and the skills they need to build lives that can withstand the frequent shocks in their lives.

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Nutrition Models

CARE helps families make more nutritious, healthy choices.

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This project in India increases interaction betweens the community and nutrition service providers to improve the complimentary feeding practices for children aged 6-24 months.

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Nutrition Partnerships

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CARE Zambia's Nutrition at the Center program seeks to improve nutrition-related behaviors.

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Nutrition Publications

Find what CARE is learning about ending malnutrition.

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Each month, ENSURE conducts food distribution to communities in Ward 24, Chivi District, Mashingo Province to alleviate food shortages and ensure better nutritional eating amongst the communities.