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Wednesday 18 March 2015

Overcoming a mother’s greatest fear with emergency referral service that supports the rural poor

When Lian Sawn Vung, 31, had to give birth to her second child, her greatest fear was her inability to pay the medical bills.

Tuesday 17 March 2015

More concrete steps needed to monitor the marketing of formulated foods for infants and young children in Myanmar

25 participants from 12 organisations attended a training session to prepare civil society organisations in Myanmar on monitoring the order of marketing of formulated food for infants and young children.

Monday 16 March 2015

Save the Children signs landmark agreement with Myanmar Ministry of Education

The agreement, one of the first signed by the Ministry of Education with an international NGO, will allow the children’s development and aid agency work formally and directly with the government.

Wednesday 18 February 2015

Nearly 40 civil society organisations pledge to join the Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance in Myanmar

The event saw over 80 participants present to hear about the SUN CSA’s ambition to help fulfill the National Plan of Action for Food and Nutrition for the country in 2013

Tuesday 17 February 2015

The return on investment in nutrition is high. So why are we failing to adequately invest in it?

On average, for every dollar that governments around the globe invest in nutrition to reduce stunting, they see a return of 16 dollars in terms of sustainable development.

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