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#FeedNaijaPikin: Moving the malnutrition movement from advocacy to action

Agwa; Eforiro; Acha; Ikire; Yalo; Anyara; Bitter leaf, Millet… the list is endless. No, this is not a cooking class and we are not about to share a recipe for a meal. On Tuesday, February 27, 2018, Nigeria Health Watch organized a health policy dialogue on nutrition with the title, “Our Nutrition Crisis: Considering Local […]

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Health Thought Leadership Series

Misery in the midst of plenty: Can knowledge undo Nigeria’s malnutrition tragedy?

In September, as part of a campaign to highlight the issues around malnutrition amongst children under 5 in Nigeria, Nigeria Health Watch published a blog piece titled, “#FeedNaijaPikin: The fight to invest in Nigeria’s future flagbearers.” Our aim was and still is to raise awareness about why malnutrition needs to be dealt with if our […]