DAWN is an innovative partnership among the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) and Nutrition International. The immediate aim of this project is to demonstrate the effectiveness and scalability of using the secondary school platform to deliver iron-folic acid (IFA) within a package of services including soil-transmitted helminth (STH) treatment, WASH interventions, and behavior change interventions, to improve the nutrition and health status of adolescent girls in secondary schools in selected districts in Bangladesh. The lessons learned from this program model and costing data will then inform policy recommendations regarding future scale up for investment by GoB and its investment partners. Johnson & Johnson is the provider of deworming treatment through their global technical partner, Children Without Worms (CWW).
The primary objectives of the project are:
This project will conclude in March 2020.
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