Transform Nutrition is a 5-year project implemented in 12 high priority districts in Nampula province. The project started at the end of September. The overall goal of Transform Nutrition is to provide the Government with a tested, holistic and gender-transformative model for achieving improvements in nutritional outcomes for pregnant lactating women, adolescent girls, and children under two years.
The target to improve the nutritional status of 118,000 pregnant, lactating women, 260,000 adolescent girls, and 165,000 children under 2. The project is implemented by a consortium of 5 organisations led by ADPP.
The project includes a broad set of activities designed to address the complex interactions between food, health, sanitation and hygiene and education and their combined impact on people’s nutrition and health. This approach is combined with a behaviour change strategy designed to improve and sustain changes in individual behaviours.
Key Results 2019: Launching of the project with participation of high level delegation and national media coverage, thereby putting the issues of children, girls and women malnutrition challenges on the spotlight to relevant stakeholders. Internally the project achieved a feat when 5 diverse organisations managed to produce a detailed work plan, M&E Plan with clear implementation tools; establishment of an office complete with a full staff complement of highly qualified staff was another key 2019 results.
The consortium led by ADPP and composed by the Association for the Promotion of Rural Development (APRODER), h2n and Rovuma University (UniRovuma), in partnership with
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in partnership with the Government of Mozambique and other partners, established the Recovery Mechanism (MRF) as a response measure
The Planet Aid McGovern-Dole-funded Food for Knowledge (FFK) project, implemented by ADPP Mozambique in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Human Development (MINEDH), welcomed