How to Make Tasty Jaulo for Complementary Feeding of an Infant
The USAID-funded Suaahara ‘Good Nutrition’ Project’s Bhanchhin Aama (“Mother says”) campaign comprehensively integrates nutrition, sanitation, agriculture and health services promotion to improve health outcomes. The program focuses on families within the 1000 days from pregnancy till the child is two years old.
This short video shows 1000 days families how to make ‘jaulo’, a rice-based nutritious complementary food for infants using locally available foods.
Date of Publication: March 25, 2019
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