Malawi NCST Guidelines
Food-Based Approaches to Improve the Quality and Diversity of Diets in the Western Highlands of Guatemala
To improve the diet of populations in the Western Highlands of Guatemala where there is a high incidence of chronic malnutrition, FANTA, in collaboration with INCAP, collected and analyzed data to establish preliminary food-based recommendations based on locally available foods, using Optifood.
See a summary of the results.
Reducing malnutrition globally depends on reducing malnutrition in Asia, which has the highest prevalence and greatest number of children under 5 years of age who are stunted, wasted, and underweight in the world. Given the vast scale of malnutrition in Asia, FANTA conducted a review of the nutrition situation in 11 countries in Asia.
Achievements in Vietnam to Strengthen Nutrition and HIV Services
As a result of FANTA’s work over 7 years in Vietnam to strengthen health care services and reduce malnutrition for people living with HIV, the Government of Vietnam developed national guidelines, trained health care workers, provided equipment and supplies, and provided treatment for malnourished people living with HIV and HIV-exposed children.