Karachi, Pakistan: USAID, Aga Khan University join hands to fight malnutrition

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KARACHI: American Ambassador David Hale witnessed the signing of a partnership agreement between the US Agency for International Development (USAID) funded Sindh Community Mobilization Program (CMP) and Aga Khan University’s Human Development Program.

According to a press release issued by US Consulate Karachi, the effort will support nutrition-related activities for children ages 5-9 in CMP schools in seven northern districts in Sindh and five towns in Karachi.

“Education plays a vital role in improving children’s health and nutrition,” said Ambassador Hale. “No nation can reach its full potential if its people are not healthy and educated,” he said.

As part of the USAID-funded Sindh Basic Education Program (SBEP) — in partnership with the Sindh Education and Literacy Department — CMP is linking schools and health facilities to fight malnutrition.

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USAID, AKU join hands to fight malnutrition — The News com

Joint move aims to support nutrition-related activities for children ages 5-9 in CMP schools

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American Ambassador David Hale witnessed the signing of a partnership agreement between the US Agency for International Development-funded Sindh Community Mobilization Programme (CMP) and Aga Khan University’s Human Development Programme.

The effort will support nutrition-related activities for children ages 5-9 in CMP schools in seven northern districts in Sindh and five towns in Karachi.

“Education plays a vital role in improving children’s health and nutrition,” said Ambassador Hale. “No nation can reach its full potential if its people are not healthy and educated,” he said.

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