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Nutrition education materials and techniques developed by NPCS are used widely by organisations throughout Nepal.


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NPCS provides consultancy and training to groups across the country, including:
- Heifer International Nepal (staff and rural partner organizations)
- Association for Medical Doctors in Asia (AMDA Nepal)
- World Vision International (WVI Nepal)
- Peace Corp Volunteers, Neptal
- Save the Children Fund local partners (Banke, Rukum, Bardiya)
- United Mission to Nepal (UMN Doti, Rukum, Dhading, Mugu, Rupanedhi & Morang)
- International Nepal Fellowship (INF Nepal)
- Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)
- Human Development & Community Services (HDCS-Lamjung Hospital)
- Rural Integrated Development Service (RIDS Nepal-Humla)
- Health and Education for Lay People (HELP Nepal)
- Dhaulagiri Community Resource Development Centre (DCRDC-Baglung)
- Ganesh Co-operative (Lalitpur)
- Sansthagat Bikash Sanjal (Nawalparasi)
- Education and Training Services Nepal

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UMN/NPCS has collaborated with the Nepal government in the area of nutrition since the early 1970’s.

Contributions to development of government policy/strategy:
- National Nutrition Guidelines (2004)
- National Nutrition Policy & Strategy (2004, reprint 2008)
- National School Health & Nutrition Strategy (2006)

IEC materials developed by UMN/NPCS for national distribution by the Health Ministry:
- Nutrition for Adolescent Girls (booklet)
- Pregnancy & Nutrition (booklet)
- Nutrition for School Children (booklet)
- Child Nutrition (video)
- Nutrition Flipchart
- Training Guidelines for Health Workers on Food-based Approach to Nutrition
- Food-based Approach to Nutrition Flipchart for Female Community Health Volunteers

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Board members and staff of NPCS contribute to the current national nutrition agenda through membership of such bodies as Anaemia Prevention and Control Strategy Working Group, Maternal Infant & Young Child Feeding (MIYCF) Strategy Working Group, the Nepal Nutrition Foundation (NNF) and the Committee for Consumer Nutrition Awareness (CCNA).