Zero stunting by 2030

The 1000 Days Fund campaign seek to mobilize Indonesia towards a national commitment to zero stunting by 2030
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Together, we can end stunting.

Parents

We all want what’s best for our child. There are critical steps that must be taken during the first 1000 days.
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Practitioners

Ujung Tombak, kaders are Indonesia’s unsung heroes. If we are going to win the war on stunting, these critical changemakers need to be trained, recognized and empowered.
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Public

We can all play a role in the growth and development of our communities. Use our Smart Blanket, Height Chart and Script Chart to educate and empower parents.
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Policymakers

Eliminating stunting in Indonesia means fueling the economy. Learn how slashing stunting rate could be the key to the nation's future.
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Together, we can end stunting

Parents

We all want what’s best for our child. There are critical steps that must be taken during the first 1000 days.
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Practitioners

Community Health Workers (kaders) are community leaders and heroes. What’s more, countries that have achieved significant reductions in stunting have done so as a result of training kaders and equipping them with tools and confidence
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Public

Everyone can be a part of the solution. Help us push for serious investment in community and frontline health workers in Indonesia as part of resilient health systems. Puskesmas and Poysandu matter now more than ever. Do your part to equip frontline health workers
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Policymakers

While upstream policy is key, we all know that solutions don't mean anything unless they are reaching those who need them most
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What is Stunting?

Stunting is a condition that arises from prolonged under-nutrition and it affects physical and brain development. It’s defined as shortness in height for a child’s age and it can only be diagnosed by comparing the child’s measurements to standardized growth charts.
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What are the first 1000 Days?

The first 1000 days of a child’s life (i.e. from conception to age two) is an opportunity to establish a foundation for a child’s academic success, health and general well-being. However, it is also a period of vulnerability to stunting.

Why are we concerned about stunting?

1 in 3 of Indonesia’s children under the age of five years old are stunted. Stunting robs young children of their full potential. Stunted children on average perform worse at school than their non-stunted counterparts, are more likely to be unemployed as adults, are at higher risk of getting diseases like diabetes and hypertension. They are vulnerable to being trapped in an inter-generational cycle of poverty. This is unjust as stunting is completely preventable.

What prevents stunting?

The first 1000 days of life are a key time for development and growth. Mothers and babies need good nutritious food, high quality healthcare and a clean & healthy environment to flourish.

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