Every day, poor nutrition robs girls and women of their full health and potential, denying them their power to grow, to learn, to work, to thrive. It’s a domino effect: beginning before birth, carried into childhood and passed on potentially through motherhood. The HMHB Consortium accelerates collective action to break this vicious cycle. Together, we can power women’s nutrition, specifically maternal nutrition, for promising futures.
The HMHB Consortium will play its role as an advocate, convener, consensus builder, and knowledge broker, supporting its members and other stakeholders to improve maternal nutrition, specifically by the introduction of MMS.
HMHB grew out of the 2019 Goalkeepers Accelerator of the same name that brought together 10 partners from the private sector, academia, civil society, and the UN who have committed to increasing demand, supply, and delivery of high-coverage MMS.
HMHB brings together stakeholders, including country representatives, research and knowledge institutions, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), technical organizations, UN agencies, private sector stakeholders, and funders to work together to raise awareness, trigger policy change, and strengthen the implementation of maternal nutrition interventions, in particular of MMS. We drive collective action, amplify advocacy, synthesize information, and create public access to information on maternal nutrition and MMS activities, research, and policies.