Sensitization Workshop on Comprehensive Competency Training on Nutrition (CCTN) was held on 30th December 2019, at the conference room of IPH. The meeting was chaired by Dr. S M Mustafizur Rahman, Line Director, NNS, IPHN and Ms Rina Parveen, Additional Secretary (PH & WH), Health Service Division, MoHFW was the chief guest. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss about the outcome of CCTN Phase-1 and expectation of CCTN phase-2. For the very first time NNS scorecard for division and districts based on key priority indicators of NNS was also disseminated in this meeting which will help to track regular progress of routine nutrition services all over the country.
First round of the national Vitamin A-plus campaign (NVAC+) 2020 will be held across the country from 4th October 2020 to 17th October 2020, aiming to provide blue capsules (1,00,000 IU) to the children aged between 6 to 11 months and red capsules (2,00,000 IU) to the children aged between 12 to 59 months. To […]
National Vitamin A-plus campaign 2021 has started on Saturday, 5 June 2021 across Bangladesh where children aged between 6 to 11 months will be fed blue capsules and children aged between 12 to 59 months will be fed red coloured capsules under the nationwide campaign. National Nutrition Services (NNS), Institute of Public Health Nutrition (IPHN) […]
Every year national nutrition week is being observed throughout the country releasing mass media campaign on nutrition and disseminating nutrition-related messages. This year Bangladesh government is observing the National Nutrition Week from April 23 to April 29 under the theme “Think Food, Think Nutrition’, supervised by Health Service Division, MoHFW. This awareness program is successfully […]
A two-week National Vitamin A Plus campaign was started on October 4, aiming to provide blue coloured vitamin A capsules to 2.53 million children aged between 6 to 11 months and red coloured high-power capsules to 19.5 million children aged between 12 to 59 months. The campaign was continued till October 17 at 120,000 permanent […]