• Empowering women as key change agents THP knows that when we empower women, families are healthier, more children go to school, agricultural productivity improves, and incomes increase.

  • Mobilizing communities for change THP trains women and men, equipping them with the skills, methods and knowledge to take self-reliant actions to improve their lives and conditions in their communities.

  • Partnering with local government THP partners with local government bodies to ensure they are effective, include women, are accountable to local people, and provide access to resources and information.

  • The Critical 1,000-Day Window of Opportunity Good nutrition from pregnancy to a child’s 2nd birthday not only supports a child’s ability to grow, learn and rise out of poverty. It can also have a profound effect on global health and development.

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