The Global Nutrition Advocacy and Messages on Nutrition Project (2009-2010)
The Global Nutrition Advocacy and Messages on Nutrition project offered communication support to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) during an important period in advocacy for international nutrition programs. During 2009 and 2010, nutrition advocates undertook studies and activities to improve coordination among national agencies and international organizations, especially as they communicate with policymakers and donors worldwide about the urgency of supporting infant and young child feeding. AED-ARTS and its partners, GMMB, Inc. and Peter D. Hart Research Associates, Inc., developed a set of core messages and framework for coordinated action related to global nutrition priorities. This project coordinated closely with a short-term communications research project conducted by Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide and AED, resulting in a report to the World Bank, “A Communications Strategy to Mobilize Nutrition Investment.”
Nutrition in emergencies, Nutrition and HIV/AIDS, Infant feeding and HIV/AIDS, Micronutrients and fortification, Adolescent and women's nutrition, Nutrition-related chronic disease, Nutrition and food security links, Infant and young child feeding.
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