health promotion

  • IYCF E-Learning Course

    Investing in Child Nutrition is a free, publicly available online course designed to provide guidance, skills, and practical information to health workers to promote, protect, and support breastfeeding and complementary feeding. The course is available in French and English.

  • Breastfeeding Infographics

    These infographics can be used for health promotion and advocacy efforts on a variety of topics related to breastfeeding. 

  • Advocacy Toolkit: a guide to influencing decisions that improve children's lives

    UNICEF has an exceptional history of advocating to protect and promote children’s and women’s rights. The Advocacy Toolkit stems from this, systematizing and coordinating both internal and external advocacy expertise, as well developing a few innovative approaches. The Toolkit provides a set of practical tools to help UNICEF staff and partners in the development and management of their advocacy work.
  • Advocacy How-To

    Results show that well-designed and implemented advocacy programs work. This guide draws from lessons learned and best practices from a multi-year regional nutrition advocacy initiative in Southeast Asia. The effort was focused on improving infant and young child feeding (IYCF) policies specifically,but the results and lessons learned are relevant for a broad range of public health advocacy efforts.

  • Breastfeeding Advocacy: Webinar Series

    The Global Breastfeeding Webinar Series offers training to breastfeeding advocates on how to utilize social media to promote, protect and support breastfeeding. Created in the lead-up to World Breastfeeding Week in August 2018, the Webinar Series,is intended for program managers, advocates and communicators who understand the need to boost the quantity and quality of content on breastfeeding.

  • Essential Nutrition Actions - Improving maternal, newborn, infant and young child health and nutrition

    This document provides a compact of WHO guidance on nutrition interventions targeting the first 1000 days of life. Focusing on this package of essential nutrition actions (ENA), policy-makers could reduce infant and child mortality, improve physical and mental growth and development, and improve productivity.