Nutrition Leaders Blog Series

This series highlights a number of recent milestones toward improving the health and well-being of women and children around the world, including the one-year anniversary of Nutrition for Growth, launch of the USAID Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Strategy and two-year anniversary of the Child Survival Call to Action.

Photo credit: WaterAid / Abbie Trayler-Smith
Clarisse Rafanomezanjanahart, 18, eats a meal of rice at home in Antohobe, Vakinaharta, Madagascar.

When it comes to nutrition and WASH, Mama’s always right

Sarina Prabasi

CEO, WaterAid America

We're helping children all over the world get a healthier start with good nutrition. Photo: ACF-Mauritania, A. Garcia

Preventing Malnutrition, One Child at a Time

Nan Dale

CEO, Action Against Hunger

Photo credit: Nancy Vásquez

Holistic view of malnutrition solutions looks beyond 2015

Rev. John L. McCullough

CEO, Church World Service


Committing Ourselves to Helping Children Survive and Thrive

Lucy M. Sullivan

Executive Director, 1,000 Days


Can better research promote investment in nutrition?

Matt Freeman

Director of Nutrition Workplace, Supply Chains & Communities at GAIN

Nurturing Our Future

David Beckmann

President, Bread for the World

Photo: Engineers Without Borders

Linking WASH and Nutrition Strategies for More Sustainable Outcomes

John Oldfield and Jordan Teague

WASH Advocates


Leaders Applaud USAID Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Strategy

Save the Children’s President and CEO, Carolyn Miles, Bread for the World’s President, Rev. David Beckmann, and 1,000 Days’ Executive Director, Lucy Sullivan.