350,000 babies expected to be born across drought-affected parts of Ethiopia as food crisis peaks.
Premature twins who survived against all odds after being born weighing just 1.2kg are now fit and healthy
South Sudan’s broken families of war reunited after a year. It was a touching moment when Naytuot and her four siblings re-united with their parents after being separated for over a year.
The Catholic Relief Services (CRS) organized the 2015 Integrated Nurtrition Conference at the Royal Orchid Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya on September 14 and 15, 2015. ENGINE (Empowering New Generations to Improve Nutrition and Economic opportunities) participated in the conference presenting its integrated and innovative Social Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) approach.
Kalkidan, 16, is a student in eighth grade at Wosha Full Cycle Elementary School in Wondogenet district of the SNNPRs, Ethiopia. Kalikidan is a member of the school Health and Nutrition Club. This is a small group of students who work together to deliver tailored educational messages on health and nutrition to their fellow students through drama, songs and practical cooking lessons. The club members received training on homestead gardening and how to disseminate key messages on health and nutrition, that gave them the necessary skills to facilitate educational sessions to their peers.