Identify opportunities and gaps for WASH-focused programming, and programmatic responses to meet the need. Develop/adapt, organize and oversee capacity-building activities for local government and USAID implementing partners to implement the integrated package of effective nutrition, WASH and gender behavior change activities. Work with key stakeholders in such strategic activities as coordination, policy meetings, technical working groups, using these fora to advocate for the integrated (minimum) package of nutrition, WASH, gender actions. Identify and work with USAID implementing partners, NGOs, CBOs, communities, etc. to produce or adapt related job aids or promotional materials related to WASH-nutrition integration.
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Nutrition Rules For Vegetarians
Nutrition Rules For Vegetarians 2/8 Omega-3 fatty acids It is one of the very important nutrition rules for vegetarians. For vegans, the source of omega-3 fatty acids are flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds, walnuts, soybean oil, canola oil and certain leafy green vegetables. Nutrition Rules For Vegetarians 3/8 Iron Iron is a very important component of red blood cells. Vegetarians are advised to take almost double the amount of iron than non-vegetarians.
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Nutrition Classes may Impact Health Behaviors in Lower Income Population
They used a holistic approach and experiential learning, as well as providing clear sets of instructions. The first class covered the “nuts and bolts” of nutrition, including shopping, budgeting, and basics of macro- and micro-nutrients. In the second class, cooking techniques were emphasized, and in the third, participants learned about resources to increase food security, which included gardening. After participating in the three classes, the women had increased vegetable intake, decreased fast food intake, and read labels more often.
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