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Issue 1 | August 1, 2017

Welcome to our new knowledge sharing initiative

Dear colleagues and friends,
 
You are receiving the first issue of UNICEF: Working to Improve Nutrition at Scale, a knowledge dissemination initiative to share UNICEF’s advocacy, policy, programme, and evidence generation work on Maternal and Child Nutrition around the world.
 
The first issue of UNICEF: Working to Improve Nutrition at Scale brings to you a series of advocacy materials developed by the Global Breastfeeding Collective, a partnership led by UNICEF and WHO that brings together more than 20 organizations around one goal: increase attention and investment on breastfeeding worldwide. The materials include:
 

  • A Call to Action that calls upon governments, development partners and civil society to focus on seven priorities for action to improve breastfeeding rates worldwide.
  • The Investment Case for Breastfeeding, which highlights why breastfeeding is an investment in children’s survival, growth and development and in human capital formation.
  • The Global Breastfeeding Scorecard, a first ever report that evaluates and compares 194 low, middle, and high-income countries on the seven priorities for action on breastfeeding.

 
All materials and more can be found at www.unicef.org/breastfeeding. We encourage you to make good use of these materials during World Breastfeeding Week (… and beyond!) to make the case for increased attention to breastfeeding, one of the smartest investments a country can make.
 
I sincerely hope that UNICEF: Working to Improve Nutrition at Scale will be useful to you. We are intending to send it to you about once a month. If you would like to add your colleagues to this mailing list please send an email to nutrition@unicef.org. If you would like to unsubscribe please click here.
 
Read and share!
 
Víctor M. Aguayo, MPH, PhD
Associate Director, Chief Nutrition
UNICEF New York
 

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