Aasaman Nepal (ASN) promotes Program on Immunization by mobilizing the community and encouraging mothers to undertake immunization for their personal health and that of their children. ASN realized that child nutrition is one of the important components to be considered to give momentum and attain the vision of happy and healthy children because they directly affect the future of the children. So, ASN with its resources and support from donors has been working actively in the sector of nutrition since the past.

 

Advocacy and Strengthening resilience through LANN : Linking agriculture and natural resources management towards nutrition security

  • Implemented Districts: Salyan
  • Funding Partner: Welthungerhilfe (WHH)
  • Duration: Nov 2020-Dec 2023
  • Target Beneficiaries: Sustainable food and nutrition security in the climate-changing context of 7850 HHs in 3 target communities in Salyan district
  • Project Objectives: Sustainable food and nutrition security in climate-changing context of 7850 HHs in 3 target communities in Salyan district

Advocacy and Strengthening resilience through LANN : Linking agriculture and natural resources management towards nutrition security

Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme (BSFP)

    • Implemented Districts: Bara and Parsa
    • Funding Partner: World Food Programme
    • Duration: Jan 2021-June 2021
    • Target Beneficiaries: 13837 children from 6-23 months and pregnant and lactating women
    • Project Objectives: To contribute for the prevention and reduction of the secondary socio-economic impact of COVID-19 among vulnerable groups through:
      1. Preventing malnutrition among children (6-23 months of age), and pregnant and lactating women (PLW),and
      2. Enhancing knowledge of mothers, care takers and community members on optimal nutrition and feeding practices.

Nutrition Education Programs (NEP)

  • Implemented Districts: Province 2
  • Funding Partner: World Food Programme
  • Duration: Jan 2021-June 2021
  • Target Beneficiaries: 13837 children from 6-23 months and pregnant and lactating women
  • Project Objectives: Preventing malnutrition among children (6-23 months of age), and pregnant and lactating women (PLW),and Enhancing knowledge of mothers, caretakers and community members on optimal nutrition and feeding practices.