This course provides presentations, readings, and exercises relating to the broad range of nutrition interventions utilized in international programs: infant and young child nutrition, micronutrient prevention and control activities, prevention and treatment of acute malnutrition, cash and food-based programs, and water, sanitation and hygiene activities. The course also covers malnutrition causality, nutrition architecture, and an overview of global nutrition platforms. Students become well versed in program design through a multi-causal lens in Asia, Africa, South American. Pre-requisite: Graduate standing or instructor consent.
International Nutrition Programs
Graduate standing or instructor consent.
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