Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition
In 2002 The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) came into being to challenge the human distress triggered by malnutrition. Functioning with associates, GAIN targets at building better food choices more reasonably priced, more accessible, and more looked-for. There resolution is to advance nutrition products by refining the ingestion of nourishing and harmless food for all individuals, particularly the most vulnerable.
Design and deliver food-based policy and program interventions that improve the consumption of nutritious and safe foods
The general goals of the development are to progress the nutritional status of the female workforce in the garment production by increasing steady consumption of more healthful foods. GAIN will accomplish this by working with factory vendors provide enhanced nutritious dines for both female workers and their children. This will recover the nutritional status of this group, but also reinforce the capability of factory well-being and an allowing environment for the introduction and continued provision of nutritious food and nutrition-sensitive interferences in the garment factories. Moreover, this will expand overall care for the children of the female workers in the Garment industry through better-quality child care facilities at the workstation.
This will increase the better trading method that labors will have when it comes to nutrition and nutritious foods at the workplace. Eventually, GAIN will pursue to reproduce and scale up the project basing itself on the pilot results. It will also pursue to grow its scope to other industries outside the garment sector.
International Centre for Diarrheal Disease and Research, Bangladesh.
Proposal for this partnership
With hard working country partners playing a key and supporting role aims to make sure that investigators had the flexibility to direct resources to address local needs.
“About GAIN – Global Alliance For Improved Nutrition”. Global Alliance For Improved Nutrition, 2018, https://www.gainhealth.org/about/gain/#our-vision-&-purpose. Accessed 10 Apr 2018.