Advocacy and Policy Development Clearly articulate nutrition advocacy messages for the Pakistan country office. Develop an advocacy plan (with timeline and key outcomes) with the Food, Security & Livelihood Advisor. Ensure implementation of nutrition advocacy strategy. Represent and advocate for Save the Children with UN agencies, donors, Pakistan Government, NGOs and others at the highest levels in both verbal and written communications to ensure Save the Children is seen as the lead international agency in terms of innovation and quality of implementation that focus on child survival, food security and resilience. Ensure active dissemination of program findings and lessons learned through production of high technical quality lessons learned documents and their effective dissemination to key stakeholders.
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Creative Edge Nutrition Announces the Formation of Cen Biotech Inc. for Its Medicinal Marijuana Business Sector
Markets closed Creative Edge Nutrition Announces the Formation of Cen Biotech Inc. for Its Medicinal Marijuana Business Sector Press Release: Creative Edge Nutrition, Inc. Thu, Sep 5, 2013 8:30 AM EDT 0.0012 -0.0001 MADISON HEIGHTS, MI–(Marketwired – Sep 5, 2013) – Creative Edge Nutrition, Inc. (OTC Pink: FITX), a nutritional supplement company focusing on active lifestyles today announces the formation of CEN Biotech, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Creative Edge Nutrition, Inc.
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NUTRITION PROGRAM PROVIDES FREE EDUCATION TO OKLAHOMA COUNTY FAMILIES AND YOUTH
Thats one of the reasons Oklahoma Countys Community Nutrition Education Program (CNEP) is busy every day of the work week. Our job is to help residents of Oklahoma County learn more about what makes up a healthy diet and how nutrition knowledge helps improve overall health, commented Debbie Bell, Area Coordinator for CNEP. The Oklahoma County CNEP organization is administrated through the OSU Cooperative Extension Service and provides free nutrition lessons to a variety of people in the community, including families, youth, senior citizens, and pregnant teens. In fact, anyone qualifying for a food assistance program is eligible to participate. This program helps individuals understand what good nutrition is and what steps they can take to eat healthier and how to get physically fit. With the link between good nutrition and good health growing stronger every day, Bell explained, teaching residents how to plan and prepare healthier meals is a solid investment in keeping health care costs down. CNEP helps individuals in both one-on-one and classroom settings to understand more about how to shop for and prepare healthy meals, how to read food labels, as well as methods for making the most of your food dollars and making certain food is stored and prepared safely. Were always pleased when someone tells us that because of what they have learned through CNEP, they now make better decisions when it comes to food choices, Bell responded.
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