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Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition (MIYCN)

How conversant are you with matters to do with basic concepts of nutrition, maternal nutrition, breastfeeding techniques, infant/newborn care, and complementary feeding? Poverty, food insecurity, ignorance, lack of appropriate infant and young child feeding practices, the heavy burden of infectious diseases, and poor hygiene and sanitation are among the factors that are responsible for the high levels of maternal and child undernutrition in developing countries.

Our MIYCN Course aims to help you understand and learn how to implement and promote different feeding practices among mothers and families across different communities as well as cultivate a greater understanding of good nutrition-related behaviour and improve nutrition outcomes for children, especially within the first five years of life, this is because Maternal and infant nutrition saves lives and supports the attainment of the Sustainable development goals and future prosperity.

Course Testimonials

Abdirahman Madi – Somalia

It was very interesting training and I look forward to advancing my career.

Abdirahman Madi – Somalia

WILLIAMS GUTA – Gaborone, Botswana.

I do appreciate everything that Humanitarian Global has done for me, and I will surely continue studying with you very soon.

WILLIAMS GUTA – Gaborone, Botswana.

SYLVESTER DAKAR Catholic Relief Services (CRS)-Zambia

Thank you so much for the congratulatory message and for helping me pursue the program. I am very much grateful to the entire Humanitarian Global Team for the wonderful support during my entire program. I will always remain thankful to the Team and you can rest assured that I will enrol in another program with you soon.

SYLVESTER DAKAR Catholic Relief Services (CRS) – Zambia

Tom Ngong Geng – South Sudan

We are loving Humanitarian Global Institute.

Tom Ngong Geng

Abdirisack Hassan – Somalia

This is the best college. I learn MEAL and now I’m harvesting the fruits.

Abdirisack Hassan – Somalia

Hussein Kadid – Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), Kenya

The course is easy and understandable with a lot of field-based research and training materials. The lecturers are friendly and available. The course period is sufficient and flexible.

Hussein Kadid – Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), Kenya

Faisal Ismail Bushara – Sudan

Greetings and hope you are well, thanks so much to you and your team in the academic for your efforts towards students. I’m so proud to join your Academic and the way your team helps the students learn. I will join the upcoming academic programs.

Faisal Ismail Bushara – Sudan
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Upcoming Events

Register for our Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Workshop to get to learn more about “Health in Emergencies”.
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Theory of Change & Development of Stories of Change (Onsite)13th - 16th Dec 20224 DaysMeridian Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya Apply NowInquire
Theory of Change & Development of Stories of Change (Online)5th - 9th Dec 20225 Days Online (Zoom)Apply NowInquire
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