The First 1,000 Days: Nourishing America’s Future, is a first-of-its kind report that examines the nutritional health of America’s mothers, infants and toddlers and highlights a set of “wins” to ensure that every child in the U.S. can have a healthy first 1,000 days.
In an effort to catalyze a national conversation about the nutritional well-being of our country’s youngest children and their families, we launched the report at an event on Capitol Hill yesterday—which was also live-streamed on social media—to an audience of partners, supporters, Members of Congress and their staff. If you were unable to attend the launch event, you can watch a recording of the event here.
Please feel free to share the report and the other related materials—including the 10 Building Blocks for Nutrition, A Snapshot of the First 1,000 Days in the U.S., and 10 Wins for the Next 1,000 Days—widely with your networks. We have also developed a set of social graphics for use on Facebook and Twitter.