This project aims to tackle to roots of malnutrition for the Lao rural households. AHAN focuses its action on the mothers and children under five years old, regarding these major outcomes: agriculture, health care, water sanitation and hygiene (WASH), gender equality and multi-sector coordination and support for nutrition.
The AHAN consortium partners implement using various approaches: Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture, Value Chain Development, Farmer to Famer (F2F) Extension, Savings 4 Transformation (S4T), Mother Groups, and Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC), Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS), and Community Change for Social Action (C-Change) in Nutrition and Gender. Gender equality and disability inclusion are also addressed through cross-cutting and targeted approaches. This project is being implemented in Attapeu, Saravane and Savannakhet provinces.
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