Review of Relevant Food Systems and Nutrition Policies in Kenya

Positioning the NICE Project in Bungoma and Busia Counties, Kenya

The NICE (Nutrition In Cities Ecosystems) project, implemented in Kenya by a consortium of organizations, aims to contribute to the improvement of nutrition and health of vulnerable city populations by increasing demand and supply of local, diverse foods in secondary cities of Bungoma and Busia.

The project is working towards four outcome areas: Governance and systems; Availability, production and value chains; Knowledge and demand; Policy and advocacy.

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Scaling up child wasting prevention and treatment in the context of stunting prevention in Indonesia

This article is part of the Field Exchange of April 2022 by the Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN).

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Healthy soil, safe foods, and diverse diets

This Barefoot Guide invites us to journey through the farms, gardens, local markets, and kitchens of Africa to learn about the unique, delicious, and healthy foods and cultures that belong to this beautiful continent of ours. The indigenous foods in Africa can significantly contribute to improved food security and nutrition of our population. Let us promote its production and consumption

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