10 Wins for the Next 1,000 Days

The quality of a child’s nutrition is shaped not only by decisions made by his parents, but also by broader social and economic factors. As part of its report on the nutritional health of America’s women and young children – The First 1,000 Days: Nourishing America’s Future – 1,000 Days identified a set of “wins”—areas where greater action and investment can have a transformative impact on a child’s health and well-being. These 10 Wins for the Next 1,000 Days form an ambitious yet achievable agenda for change. In laying out these “wins”, 1,000 Days aims to spark a much-needed national conversation about how best to improve the nutritional health of our youngest children and their families.

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