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Copyright - 2023

All Slides, in PowerPoint format, in community-settings used in form of Laminated Posters (A2 or A3):

Part 1: ‘Nutrition & Malnutrition’ = Under-nutrition and Over-nutrition

Part 2: ‘Food Groups & Healthy Eating’ = Sugar, Fat & Food Groups

Part 3: ‘Right Start for Our Children’ = 1,000 Days & Mother/Child Nutrition

Part 4: ‘Food Systems and Cycles’ = Food Safety and Preservation & Gardening

All Images for the Food Group Exercise (N4H – Part 2, Exercise 3):

Click to download the PDF with all food group images

All HANDOUTS – as per Nutrition-for-Health Manual:

Parts 1 & 4 = N4H-Brochure (NAFSAN)

Part 2 = Food Group Info (GIZ-F4R)

Part 3 = Pregnancy & Breastfeeding (MoHSS)

Part 3 = How to Breastfeed your Baby (MoHSS)

Part 3 = Feeding your Baby after 6 Months (MoHSS)

Part 4 = Step-by-Step Gardening Guide (NAFSAN) + Mobile Version of the Guide

Part 4 = Nutrition and Food Safety during Covid (NAFSAN) – translated into eleven different local languages, with an updated version planned for 2024.

Click to learn more about Right Start

Additional Resources (optional):

Moringa – Use, benefits and how to grow it  (GIZ-F4R)

Naturally Nourishing Namibia – Cookbook (GIZ-F4R)

‘Nourishing the Namibian Child – A Complementay Feeding Guide to Support Parents and Caregivers in Helping Children Achieve Optimal Growth, Sustained Health, and Future Succes’ (GIZ-F4R) – coming soon…

Brochure on ‘Pregnancy & Breastfeeding’ in: Afrikaans, Oshiwambo, Otjiherero, Rukwangali, or Silozi

Brochure on ‘How to Breastfeed your Baby’ in: Afrikaans, Oshiwambo, Otjiherero, Rukwangali, or Silozi

Brochure on ‘Feeding your Baby after 6 Months’ in: Afrikaans, Oshiwambo, Otjiherero, Rukwangali, or Silozi

Some key posters/images:

Sugar content in some of Namibia’s most common beverages, compared to the max. 50g added sugar per day, according to the World Health Organization.

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