This strategy offers a comprehensive overview and conceptual framework for the Agency’s continued contributions to the broader food security universe, providing guidance on how to best focus our programming, training and evaluation efforts for greatest impact.
This session introduces participants to nutrition basics, leads participants through the collection of contextual information related to available foods, and provides an analytical framework for thinking through activity planning.
This publication, developed for the World Health Organization's Convention on Biological Diversity, focuses on the links between agricultural biodiversity, food security and human health.
This nutrition manual is a training course for Dominican communities and families that a volunteer or counterpart can implement in order to teach nutrition information and motivate the adoption of healthy eating practices in the home.
This manual is a guide for Volunteers or counterparts to implement a weight loss challenge program among men and/or women who hope to lose weight and learn to live a healthy lifestyle.
Soul Buddyz is a multimedia "edutainment" vehicle for children ages 8-12 that is designed to promote youth health and well-being.
This Global Food Security Strategy presents an integrated whole-of-government strategy and agency specific implementation plans as required by the Global Food Security Act of 2016 (GFSA).
This guide is a state-of-the-art, user-friendly guide for program managers and planners for conducting a Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition (MCHN) assessment to investigate intra-household roles and influence.
The purpose of this guide is to help organizations involved in community programs to develop and use the Stories Without An Ending (SWE) approach. This adult education tool can be used to actively engage community groups in discussion of issues of priority concern to them and/or to development programs and to catalyze discussion of those ideas in the wider community.
From late 2015 to early 2016, Peace Corps/Washington and Peace Corps/Guatemala collaborated on a process evaluation of the Essential Nutrition Actions and Designing for Behavior Change Training of Trainers (ENA&DBC TOT) Program, which is supported through a partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to support Feed the Future in Guatemala.