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National Nutrition Mission (National Nutrition Campaign) Programme

National Nutrition Mission (National Nutrition Campaign) Programme

Objective

The target is to reduce the rate of malnutrition in children aged 0 to 6 years across the country from 38.4% to 25% by the year 2022.

Community based occasions

Celebration of four Tuesday during the month

Nutrition Dialogue - First Tuesday

Baltula Day - Second Tuesday

Food and Children's Day - Third Tuesday

Food distribution and full day - 4th Tuesday


POSHAN Abhiyaan Activities carried out under the Nutrition Campaign

Four Tuesday are celebrated at every Anganwadi.

ILA (Incremental Learning Approach) Training: CDPO, Supervisor, Anganwadi Worker Capacity Building Program.

E-Governance Nutrition Campaign Entry.

Online entry of ILA training.

IEC Related activities.

BCc (Behavior Change Communication) Mass Wise Activities.

Innovation Project.

District and Block Conversion Action Plan.

Review of the performance of the nutrition campaign at the monthly, quarterly and component level monthly meetings at the district level.

Monthly Supportive Supervision Visits by NMM staff at district and component level.

ICDS CAS has provided smart phones to every Anganwadi worker from the state level. In which online entry of Anganwadi activities is done every day.

Official Website :  National Nutrition Mission (National Nutrition Campaign) Programme

Source : Sarkar ni Kalyankari Yojana Booklet

Special Thanks : CM Gujarat, Collector Rajkot, Jilla Vahivati Tantr Rajkot.

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