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12 Dec 22

Start Strong Project – Six Month Update

It has now been six months since the Start Strong Project, match funded by the UK Government, launched and we wanted to share an update on its progress to date! The Start Strong Project aims to improve maternal health and reduce malnutrition for 1,000 vulnerable women and their children in…

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8 Aug 22

The Start Strong Project – Three Month Update

The Start Strong project, match funded by the UK Government, launched three months ago and we’re delighted to share with you an update on the activities delivered so far. The aim of the project is to improve maternal healthcare and reduce malnutrition amongst 1,000 vulnerable women and their children in…

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1 Jun 22

The Start Strong Project has officially launched!

The Start Strong Project is Underway!  The Start Strong Project, which has now launched as of April 1st, aims to improve maternal healthcare and reduce malnutrition for 1,000 vulnerable women and their children in Rugin and Bichhaya, Bajura district, Far West of Nepal. The Bajura district is one of the…

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20 Dec 21

Tackling Malnutrition in Bajura: Project Completion

In November 2019, PHASE Worldwide and PHASE Nepal implemented a new project tackling malnutrition amongst mothers and children in Bajura, Nepal. Funded by the Waterloo Foundation, this project aimed to achieve this goal by improving nutritional practices during the first 1,000 days of life. The Waterloo Foundation also funded additional activities which ran alongside the…

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26 Aug 21

Project Update: Addressing Malnutrition in Mugu

According to the recent Multidimensional Poverty Index Report, which was published by the Government of Nepal, the Karnali District in the Far West is home to the highest number of people living in poverty in Nepal. It states that nearly 40% of people in the region are classified as living…

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18 Jan 21

January 2021 Update: Addressing Malnutrition in Mugu

Mugu is one of Nepal’s most rural and isolated districts. Due to the region’s limited road network and mountainous terrain, 93% of people in Mugu are reliant on the crops they can grow at home to support their incomes. However, high altitudes and a harsh regional climate make agriculture increasingly difficult and food scarcity is common. Malnutrition…

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11 Dec 20

Project Update: Tackling Malnutrition in Bajura, One Year On

In November 2019, PHASE Worldwide and PHASE Nepal implemented a new project tackling malnutrition amongst mothers and children in Bajura, Nepal. Funded by the Waterloo Foundation, this project aims to achieve this goal by improving nutritional practices during the first 1,000 days of life. One year into the project, we are delighted to report on the…

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24 Jul 20

Project Update: Addressing Malnutrition in Mugu

Since early 2018, PHASE has been delivering a three-year DFID funded project in Mugu, aimed at reducing the high levels of malnutrition prevalent in the region, particularly amongst children. The project has recently concluded its second year, which has given us the opportunity to reflect on both the progress and success of the…

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27 May 20

Addressing Inequalities for Zero Hunger

According to the 2020 Global Nutrition Report (GNR), overcoming deep inequities within food and health systems is central to ending malnutrition. The unjust systems and processes that engender these inequities must also be challenged in our progression towards creating a world free from malnutrition. Investing in nutrition and ending inequity are intertwined goals, and in order to overcome the global nutrition crisis equitably, we must…

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