Posts Tagged: “Millennium Development Goals”

HKI at Women Deliver Conference

This blog was originally written by Ramona Ridolfi, the Gender Advisor at HKI Bangladesh.

Last week I had the pleasure to attend the third Women Deliver Conference, one of the largest world conferences of the decade focused on the health and well-being of girls and women, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Women Deliver brought together more than 4,500 leaders and advocates, representing over 2,200 organisations and 149 countries, over a three-day event.


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Categories Asia-Pacific, Reducing Malnutrition

Canadian Government Recommits to Vitamin A Supplementation

One of the most fulfilling experiences in my career was on a June day in 1999 on the far side of the Niger River in Niamey, Niger, more…

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Will a push to tackle malnutrition impact G8 leaders?

This article was originally written by HKI President and CEO Kathy Spahn for the Global Post. View original post.

Commentary: G8 Summit gathering is opportunity to scale up international commitment to improving nutrition around the world.

A child in Tanzania receives a high dosage Vitamin A supplement. Photo c. HKI/Trevor Snapp

A group of government, business, science and NGO leaders are gathering in London for “Nutrition for Growth,” a special meeting hosted by theUK and the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation to “galvanize leadership to deliver a transformational effect on maternal and child under nutrition across the world.”


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Categories Reducing Malnutrition