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Infant and young child nutrition
Mothers in Mahas Kutrang learn about exclusive breastfeeding
UNICEF Sudan is targeting almost one million pregnant and lactating mothers in 2020, with counselling on breastfeeding and infant and young child feeding.
Mothers in Eastern Sudan are growing a healthier future
How the state of Kassala embraced new initiatives to address stunting by improving infant and young child feeding practices through home gardening.
Q&A with the health and nutrition team in West Darfur
Tackling high malnutrition rates in West Darfur during the COVID-19 pandemic
Sudan’s midwives saving lives amidst COVID-19
UNICEF’s Maternal Health Project contributes to the safety of mothers and babies in West Darfur
Malnutrition: A major threat to children’s lives
Mothers and babies in North Darfur beat malnutrition
Peanut farmers in E. Darfur join fight against malnutrition
Locally produced peanuts high in nutrients help treat malnutrition in Sudan
Nutrition annual report 2019
A comprehensive overview of UNICEF Sudan’s nutrition activities and results in 2019.
A happier ending
A tragic loss and renewed hope at a feeding centre in South Darfur
Encouraging positive child feeding practices in Sudan
How a community of women in Mahas Kutrang, Sudan became an example for good family practices
The road to healthier and happier babies in Sudan
Exclusive breastfeeding provides newborn babies with all the nutrients for the best start in life
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