Building an understanding among decision-makers and implementers of the importance of maternal nutrition and maternal nutrition interventions is key for long-term success. HMHB provides critical knowledge and fills information gaps among key stakeholders through the dissemination of evidence-based resources, including the evidence behind the UNIMMAP-MMS formulation, country experiences, and lessons learned from implementation research.
HMHB collects, curates, develops, shares, and disseminates a range of evidence-based, useful, and easily accessible resources, tailored to a broad range of stakeholders.
Resources curated and developed by the HMHB Consortium include:
A blog introducing the new Advocacy Toolkit for MMS and its relevance for national stakeholders.
A blog, ‘A Big Win for Mothers Worldwide’ on the inclusion of MMS into the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Essential Medicine List (EML) highlighted the implications of this landmark step in mobilizing actions in high-burden countries.
A repository of existing knowledge on maternal nutrition and MMS with over 100 resources that include scientific articles, reports, advocacy and implementation tools, case studies, and policy briefs.
An interactive world map depicting activities related to MMS for policymakers, donors, and countries interested in piloting, implementing, or scaling MMS at the country level.
A special series of short videos that features global experts discussing a specific topic related to MMS.