“ZimNA spearheading evidence based nutrition practice through collaborative partnerships”

Introduction & Background

In Zimbabwe malnutrition is still affecting infants, young children and women and presenting as one or more forms of under nutrition, including low birth weight, stunting, anaemia, underweight, wasting, Vitamin A deficiency, and Iodine deficiency disorders (MoHCC, 2014). Obesity and nutrition related non-communicable diseases are also on the increase with a high prevalence of overweight and obesity in young children and women.

At global level, nutrition is gaining recognition as a vehicle for social development; however, Africa is still behind in terms of development, one of the many reasons is poor nutrition. According to the global nutrition report of 2015 (IFPRI, 2015), for children under 5 years of age 161 million of them were stunted, 51 million are wasted, and 42 million were overweight. In Africa, the prevalence of malnutrition is high, and despite several interventions there is little, if any, evidence of any meaningful improvement in nutritional status of women and children (Gillespie et al., 2013; Ruel & Alderman, 2013).

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ZIMNA Official Launch 2017

The Association was formerly launched on 3 February 2017 at the Rainbow Towers by the Director Family Health in the Ministry of Health and Child Care Dr B. Madzima.

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ZimNA is inviting organisations and individuals who want to partner with us to contact the Secretary General to discuss modalities of partnership.

Our History

The Zimbabwe Nutrition Association (ZimNA) was officially launched on 3rd February 2017 at the Rainbow Towers in Harare, Zimbabwe.


We plan to have a strong Association in which members and
prospective members view the Association as vital
to professional development and success.

Where We Are Located

 Office 3-56,
   Nutrition Unit, Kaguvi Building,
   Corner Central Ave & 4th Street,
   Harare, Zimbabwe 

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