Posts Tagged: “Micronutrient powders”

Success Stories from Cambodia

This blog was written by HKI-Cambodia field intern Caitlin Gruer.

Photo c. HKI

A few weeks ago I blogged about my experience going into the field with the HKI Cambodia team to interview participants in our Micronutrient Powder program (read about it here).  During the trip I was able to speak to many inspiring women involved in the program, and I thought that I would take this opportunity to share some of their stories.

The goal of the micronutrient power (MNP) program is to reduce micronutrient deficiencies and malnutrition prevalence, and to help keep children healthy.  It is an in-home fortification program in which mothers receive sachets of MNP powder to add to their babies’ food to ensure that it is adequately nutritious.  The mothers are also educated about complementary feeding, and infant and young child feeding practices by village health volunteers.


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Paddy Fields, Fried Tarantulas and Success Stories

This blog was written by Caitlin Gruer, a field intern with HKI Cambodia.

A young beneficiary learns about nutrition. Photo c. HKI

Monday morning I was greeted with an excellent surprise when I arrived at the HKI headquarters in Phnom Penh: I was going to have my first opportunity to go into the field and meet with some of our program beneficiaries! Along with 3 of my colleagues here at HKI Cambodia, I traveled to Kampong Thom and Kampong Cham districts to conduct interviews about our Micronutrient Powder (MNP) program.


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Categories Asia-Pacific, Reducing Malnutrition