According to the IDB website, this project will have the following objectives:
(1) improve capacity in rural areas to implement and maintain education programs to improve health and nutrition;
(2) establish coordination and operational links with the health centers of the national Health Ministry for the elaboration and execution of programs for ongoing training, support and service delivery; and
(3) improve availability, access, consumption and use of food in a sufficient, adequate, and sustainable way to achieve the reduction of malnutrition in children.
Project contacts not available at the time of disclosure.
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