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ENN and UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia (ROSA) have partnered to produce a second regional issue, this time on complementary feeding in South Asia. 

Nutrition Exchange (NEX) South Asia: Improving the diets of young children contains nine articles from six countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and Pakistan) written by government staff and their development partners, including UNICEF, WFP, Alive and Thrive and the Helen Keller International organisation. 

Each country is a unique context and these articles provide important insights into how the diets of young children are assessed, understood and addressed across diverse settings. This themed issue provides a very rich insight into what’s being done in each of these countries to improve complementary feeding, the challenges being faced and the steps being taken to protect children in the 6-23 months age range from the negative impacts of poor diets on their growth and development.
Carmel Dolan / Judith Hodge NEX Co-editors
 

Articles from NEX South Asia 2

Find out how countries are working on policy and programming initiatives to improve young children’s diets in South Asia – authors share their experiences and lessons learned in nine articles from six countries.

 

Articles from NEX South Asia 1

 

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What is Nutrition Exchange?

Nutrition Exchange (NEX) is an ENN publication that contains articles on nutrition programme experiences and learning from countries around the world. Normally published twice per year, NEX is written by and for those working to reduce malnutrition at the national and sub-national level from all sectors. Articles written by government actors and their development partners are prioritised for publication. To find out more,  listen to the video cast on ‘How to Write for NEX’ and send us your ideas. We will help you tell your powerful story to our thousands of readers throughout the world. 

 

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