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NFP Objective 3 Adequate nutrition for all individuals especially women and children

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NFP Objective 3 Adequate nutrition for all individuals especially women and children

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  1. NFP Objective 3Adequate nutrition for all individuals especially women and children Overview of Progress and Policy Challenges FPWG Consultation on the draft NFP Plan of Action Monitoring Report 2009 FPMU, 6 December, 2009

  2. NFP-Objective-3: Adequate Nutrition for All Strategies Actions Setting long-term targets for physical growth; Setting standard food intake; Steps to ensure balanced food to meet nutritional requirements; Steps to ensure balanced nutrition at minimal cost Long-term national plan for ensuring balanced food Supply of sufficient nutritious food for vulnerable group Identify vulnerable people; crop diversification; Undertake nutrition programs; Increase empowerment; Provide micro-credit and training for the vulnerable Balanced diet containing adequate micronutrients Nutrition education; Dietary diversification; Food supplementation and fortification Safe drinking water and improved sanitation; Safe, quality food supply; Adequate health status Infrastructure/institutional development-sanitation, food quality & health services; EPI; control ARI; control WBD/FBD; reproductive health programmes; NNP to involve community mobilization and CBN;

  3. Outcome indicator status

  4. Outcome indicator status

  5. Outcome indicator status Source: BBS & NIPORT

  6. Outcome indicator status

  7. Source: Yusuf HKM and Bhattacharjee L (2008)

  8. Source: BDHS (1996-97, 1999-00, 2004, 2007); BBS (2005); HKI (2006); BRAC (2008); UNICEF, WFP & IPHN (2009)

  9. National IDD Survey, 1993;

  10. Issues and Policy Challenges • Average calorie intake well below the FAO recommended level; rural urban divide • U5 underweight almost stagnant>>>specific program intervention • Calorie intake from cereal still very high>>>food and diet diversification cereals and other foods • Still 1/3 of adult women suffer from CED • Women in highest quintiles increasingly overweight (39%) • Anemia prevalence among pregnant women increasing (!!) • People suffering from FBD and WBD still significant (around 9% for diarrhea only) • Data heterogeneity; non-availability

  11. Thank you