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Nestlé Healthy Women


Empowering Women Through Nutrition Awareness

As the world’s largest Nutrition, Health and Wellness Company, with more than 150 year long global nutrition heritage, Nestlé has nutrition knowledge to offer as part of its Creating Shared Value (CSV) initiatives. We believe that women can be truly empowered when they are healthy, thus enabling them to utilize their full potential.

Nestlé Healthy Women

Nestlé Healthy Women is a comprehensive nutrition program which was launched in 2014 with the belief that women play an integral role in ensuring the health and wellbeing of the entire family. Our goal is to empower young women with basic nutrition knowledge so they make smart nutrition choices and adopt a healthy lifestyle for themselves and their future generations. The program is being implemented in urban and rural areas of Pakistan. Through continuous engagement, we are making progress on improved nutrition outcomes.

  Urban Women

6000

Urban Women

Rural Women and adolescent girls

1500

Rural Women and adolescent girls

Partners

13

Partners

Student Internships

50

Student Internships

 

 

rural and urban

 

Urban Program

Nestlé Healthy Women Program was introduced at universities in 2014 to motivate young women (17-24 years) to adopt a healthier lifestyle as they are foundation of a healthy society. The program has set a campaign with multiple stages each with a reward for those who make it to the next stage. To date the program has reached out to more than 6000 young women across 12 universities nationwide.

Stages
Empower women

 

Rural Program

Women play a decisive role in food security, health, and nutrition of their families. Lack of awareness regarding health and nutrition contribute to the under-nutrition and malnutrition among many rural women. Nestlé has up scaled the Healthy Women Program to rural areas in partnership with Benazir Income Support Program (BISP) for the health and wellbeing of rural communities. The program aims to contribute towards improving health, nutrition, hygiene and livelihood status in the rural areas of Pakistan with a special focus on women and adolescent girls. The program is designed to support and empower rural women through nutrition counselling sessions which engage and inform them about the need for proper nutrition for them and their families.

By 2021, Nestlé Healthy Women aims to reach out to more than 15,000 women through nutrition awareness sessions in urban & rural areas of Pakistan

 

 

Our Partners

Forman Christian College

Forman Christian College

Kinnard College for Women University

Kinnard College for Women University

Lahore College  for Women University

Lahore College for Women University

Fatima Jinnah Women University

Fatima Jinnah Women University

National University of Science & Technology

National University of Science & Technology

Institute of Management Sciences

Institute of Management Sciences

Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan

Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan

MNS University of Agriculture Multan

MNS University of Agriculture Multan

Iqra University

Iqra University

Sukkur IBA University

Sukkur IBA University

Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science & Technology

Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science & Technology

Habib University

Habib University

Iqra University

Benazir Income Support Programme

 

Testimonials

Dr. Rukhsana David "We value our partnership with Nestlé. The students of Kinnaird College have benefitted a lot from Kinnaird’s association with Nestlé. I fully support the Healthy Women Programs’ key message that healthy women will lead to a healthier nation."
 

Dr. Rukhsana David
Principal of Kinnaird College for Women University

 
Dr. Ashraf Khan "Nutrition is a key issue for young women all over Pakistan and Nestlé’s Healthy Women initiative can bring about a positive change in women by improving their nutrition and impacting their lifestyles. We are looking forward to more activities from Nestlé which will be beneficial for our students."

Dr. Ashraf Khan
Director Academics and Student Affairs,
Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan
 

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