The ultimate goal of the Project is to help Indonesia achieve target 2 of Millenium Development Goal (MDG) 1: to halve the number of underweight children under five years of age by 2015 and related MDG goals. To achieve this, the Project aims to reduce the prevalence of underweight in children under five years of age, and pregnant and lactating women through strengthening the capacity of central and local governments in improving the management of nutrition services. Strengthening community-based services for children and women, and social mobilization for improved nutrition and hygiene is the centerpiece of the Project.
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