With over 11 million stunted children, Nigeria is facing a crisis of malnutrition and ranks second behind india among all countries with the highest number of stunted children. Every day, 16,000 children age under 5 die from preventable causes and malnutrition contributes to nearly HALF of these deaths. Unless we make faster progress, by 2030 almost 70 million children will die before their 5th birthday.
Our organization is devoted towards preventing more deaths on account of malnutrition by taking advantage of the “window of opportunity” which is the first 1000 days of life, scaling up practical, cost-effective, community based interventions that are best to reach the children and women in greatest need.
Our charity organization was founded on community assessment and advocacy for optimal nutrition in infant and young child feeding practices. Hence, we create awareness of the main challenges affecting infant, young child and maternal nutrition; identify the problem, formulate solution
Ongoing monitoring and evaluation of Phase Two Intervention Malnutrition Intervention in Tudunkofa community,Keffi, Nasarawa State. Feed To Grow pays a Condolence visit to Hassan’s Mother FEED TO GROW Pakistan provides medical assistance to over 600 People Successful phase one intervention
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Completed and ongoing Feed2Grow Projects and Initiatives.
Its 3 days to the 2018 Global malnutrition campaign and we are all amped-up, about the opportunity of being a global voice, for malnourished children in at risk communities! WHAT IS THE 2018 GLOBAL MALNUTRITION CAMPAIGN? Feed To Grow
In view of our 2018 Global Malnutrition Campaign, setup to create global awareness across 15 countries on the saddening realities, facts and solutions to malnutrition. Feed To Grow is setting up a global strategic team of volunteers responsible for planning
Feed To Grow team on May 29th 2018, in the company of our partner; Nasarawa State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (NPHCDA), received food donations from Turkish Embassy Abuja and Nurul – Bryan International Academy, in Wuse Zone 5 Abuja.