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The Moon Festival: A Cultural Treasure in Agbogbloshie

  The Moon Festival: A Cultural Treasure in Agbogbloshie Nagasaka Mago, the CEO of Mago Motors and a Japanese artist, established the Moon Festival. This festival aims to foster peace among the 12 tribes in the northern part of Ghana, hence the name 'Moon' which symbolizes peace, and which also

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Is mealtime a struggle?

Getting babies and toddlers to eat well can be a challenge, but it's important to set them up for healthy eating habits early on. Here are some tips: Start early. As soon as your baby is ready to start solids, introduce a variety of healthy foods. This will help them

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Empowering Children for a Healthy Future

Empowering Children for a Healthy Future: Improved Feeding Practices for the First 1000 Days Project (IFP) The Improved Feeding Practices for the First 1000 Days Project (IFP) has been a remarkable initiative that has made significant strides in addressing malnutrition in selected districts in Ghana. The project, funded by the

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Why SBCC with Market-Based Approach Creates Synergy

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Good nutrition in the first 1000 days of life

The first 1000 days of life, are from pregnancy to when your child turns age two. It is a critical period for brain development and bodybuilding. During this time, the brain and body are rapidly developing, and good nutrition is essential for optimal health. Why is good nutrition so important

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Why is children’s nutrition so important?

Good nutrition is essential for children's growth and development. It helps them to: Reach their full physical and mental potential Maintain a healthy weight Boost their immune system Reduce their risk of chronic diseases What are some of the challenges of feeding children healthy foods? There are a number of

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It’s all about your child’s nutrition

We know that feeding your children healthy foods can be a challenge. There are so many temptations out there, and it can be hard to keep up with all the latest research. We are here to help!On this blog, we’ll share practical tips and advice on how to feed your

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Project to reduce malnutrition in Asokore Mampong launched

 The World Food Programme, in partnership with the Japanese Government and KOKO Plus, a private initiative, has launched a pilot project at Parkoso in the Asokore Mampong Municipality of the Ashanti region aimed at reducing malnutrition among infants in the Municipality in the next two years.At the launch of the

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Ghana Nutrition Improvement Project.

The Ajinomoto Foundation spearheaded a public private partnership project in Ghana to help tackle childhood malnutrition through KOKO Plus, an affordable complementary feeding nutrition supplement via an inclusive social business model. About the partnership  The Ajinomoto Group started the Ghana Nutrition Improvement Project (GNIP) in 2009 as part of initiatives

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Ghana Nutrition Improvement Project: A Genuinely Synergistic Public Private Partnership.

At the first N4G Summit in 2013, 110 stakeholders committed to prevent at least 20 million children from being stunted – saving at least 1.7 million lives by 2020. These commitments deliver much-needed action on policy and financing commitments to the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2—Ending Hunger in All its

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