21 December 2015

Ms. Olipa Nkunika has appealed to the National Food and Nutrition Commission (NFNC) to establish more radio listening groups (RLGs) in the rural areas where there are high levels of malnutrition.
So far, NFNC has established 47 RLGs in nine of the 14 phase one districts implementing the First 1000 Most Critical Days Programme as part of nutrition sensitisation programme.

21 December 2015

It’s just an ordinary building; nothing impressive about it.  Built with bricks painted in faded brown, the building, now weather-beaten by decades of existence, houses a yard littered with parked vehicles, most of them showing no hope of ever leaving. On one face of the wall, the black, bold words “Nutrition Education Centre” jump at you.  This is the home of Kitwe Nutrition Group on the

21 December 2015

Mumbwa District Nutrition Coordinating Committee (DNCC) has embarked on a fruit tree planting and food fair exercise in Shimbizhi, Nakasaka, Mumba, Mupona, Nangoma and Nambala wards in Mumbwa District for the local farmers.
Organised by DNCC, the tree planting food fair objective was to equip farmers with fruit trees and show them different ways of processing and preserving foods in




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As a research and advisory body, we run various projects and programmes, some of which we implement directly or in partnership with other government ministries, international organizations, learning institutions, civil societies, NGOs, the private sector, faith-based organizations, community-based organizations, the media and many more who have nutrition at the centre of their heart, or can influence policies that support and nurture nutrition.

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