Nutritional recommendations

Over four years, the FoodLAND project has worked diligently to address the pressing issue of malnutrition in six African countries in Northern and Eastern regions, namely Morocco, Tunisia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. The project’s efforts culminate in a comprehensive set of 360 nutritional recommendations that are relevant, suitable and feasible to implement to combat the diverse forms of malnutrition prevalent in each of these areas, ultimately striving to contribute to the fulfilment of the Sustainable Development Goals, particularly target 2.2, which calls for the significant reduction of all forms of malnutrition.

Below you can see the specific material that has been prepared to disseminate these recommendations in each of the countries participating in the project. On the right, you will also find some general visuals that can be used to promote healthy habits for a balanced and responsible diet.

Morocco

Posters for the promotion of the nutritional recommendations

52

NUTRITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS,
mainly focusing on the promotion of food diversity and raising awareness of the consequences of unhealthy diets

Adopt healty habits

Tunisia

67

NUTRITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS,
mainly focusing on children and women and rural and urban consumers

Eat all 5 food groups

Tips for bringing up healthy babies

Kenya

121

NUTRITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS,
mainly focusing on men and women and different age groups (click on the image below for the full report on nutritional recommendations for Nyeri County).

Work out 20 minutes a day

Buy locally

Uganda

Cards for the promotion of the nutritional recommendations

30

NUTRITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS,
mainly focusing on the adult and elderly population

Your daily reference plate

Five fruit & vegs daily

Tanzania

90

NUTRITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS,
mainly focusing on men and women and for different age groups

Nuts' healthy properties

Exclusive breastfeeding

Avoid sugary and alcoholic drinks