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Nourishing Children: Menus for Recovery

A booklet of rehabilitation menus from 23 countries developed by World Vision staff and the communities they work in, using locally available, low-cost, nutrient-dense ingredients. The recipes include underutilised indigenous foods that are contextual to the area. The menus  were successfully used in a food-based rehabilitation and behaviour change approach called "Positive Deviance/Hearth (PDH)" programme to rehabilitate undernourished children and prevent malnutrition within the communities where they were designed. 

Learn more about World Vision's Positive Deviance Hearth Programming