Helping Children Reach Their Full Potential
Our first 1,000 days of life shape us in ways that last into adulthood. Without enough nutritious food, children can suffer long-term consequences.
That first 1,000 days of life serves as a vital window of opportunity from a child’s conception through to their second birthday, and it shapes each of us in ways that last a lifetime.
Inadequate nutrition during that time can irreversibly hamper cognitive and physical development in kids. Good nutrition during the first 1,000 days is crucial for kickstarting a child’s physical and brain development, giving them the best possible start in life.
Learn more about those crucial first 1,000 days – and our programs designed specifically to treat and prevent malnutrition in mothers and children – here.