The National Food and Nutrition Commission

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The National Food and Nutrition Commission (NFNC) is a statutory body that plays a promotional and advisory role to the government on matters concerning food and nutrition. It also coordinates, guides and oversees all National Food and Nutrition activities and monitors the food and nutrition policy implementation.

The National Food and Nutrition Commission

Registration of Suppliers and Contractors

 

The National Food and Nutrition Commission (NFNC) is a statutory body that plays a promotional and advisory role to the government on matters concerning food and nutrition. It also coordinates, guides and oversees all National Food and Nutrition activities and monitors the food and nutrition policy implementation.

 

NATIONAL FOOD AND NUTRITION COMMISSION

 

SCOPE OF WORK FOR INDEPENDENT PRODUCERS FOR RADIO PROGRAMMES

National Food and Nutrition Commission is an advisory organ to Government on matters relating to food and nutrition. Currently the NFNC is coordinating a national programme called the First 1000 Most Critical Days Programme, which is aimed at reducing the high levels of stunting among children below two years of age in the country.

 

 

 

 

 

Announcing The Inaugural Nutrition Media Awards in Zambia- 2018

 

  1. Introduction

 

MORE RADIO LISTENING GROUPS FORMED IN THE EAST

The National Food and Nutrition Commission have yet again formed eight (8) more new Radio Listening Groups in both Lundazi and Petauke districts in the Eastern Province of Zambia. This was necessitated by the Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) Project supported by USAID, which has mainly focused on the two districts.

 

 

NATIONAL FOOD AND NUTRITION COMMISSION

 

The National Food and Nutrition Commission is a statutory Board under the Ministry of Health, with the mandate of providing promotional, advisory and regulatory support to government on matters of food and nutrition. The Institution now invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the position of:

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The Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries in collaboration with the National Food and Nutrition Commission has officially handed over a goat multiplication centre to beneficiaries in Kapilibila ward in Samfya District.

The goat multiplication centre was constructed with support from the National Food and Nutrition Commission’s 1st 1000 Most Critical Days Programme with the goal of increasing small livestock production in the district.

MINISTRY OF FISHERIES AND LIVESTOCK SAYS THE CONSTRUCTION OF A GOAT MULTIPLICATION CENTRE WILL IMPROVE GOAT DISTRIBUTION UNDER THE SUN PROGRAMME IN SAMFYA

By Jonas Miselo, NAIS Samfya

The Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock in Samfya District has changed its approach in the goat pass-on-gift intervention area to make the programme more effective and sustainable to the beneficiaries.

The Nutrition Cooperate Walk recently held in Mbala District of Northern province highlighted a number of issues which are of utmost importance to the improving of nutrition in the district.

In a speech delivered on behalf of the Traditional Leaders, Senior Chief Mwamba mentioned some of the key roles Traditional Leaders play in Nutrition activities.

Some of the roles include how Traditional Leaders reduce traditional beliefs that affect nutrition.

He mentioned that Traditional leaders engage community members to grow and consume locally available diverse foods.

The First 1000 Most Critical Days Programme in Samfya District of Luapula Province continues to score success in reducing child stunting levels by way of various interventions being implemented in the district by the National Food and Nutrition Commission (NFNC).

One of those priority intervention areas under the programme is the training of beneficiaries in fish farming techniques and technologies and is being spearheaded by the Ministry of Livestock, Fisheries and Veterinary Services.

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