who we are

evolve is a multi-stakeholder platform that facilitates and champions efforts to create scalable positive impact for the health and well-being of Asia.

About Us

our approach

initiating collective dialogue
and commitment

enabling social
and behaviour change

building a knowledge hub

countries of focus

ongoing pilot programmes
upcoming pilot programmes
Program Gizi Anak Sekolah: Promoting Fruits and Vegetables Consumption among School Children through Community Campaigning

India

Indonesia

“Promoting Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in Schools” – Working alongside the World Food Programme and the Indonesian Ministry of Health, this initiative seeks to increase the consumption of fruits and vegetables through the improvement of existing nutrition education resources to offer more interactivity using games, social media and community gardening efforts to draw the connections between agriculture and good nutrition which would enable them to make informed and healthy food choices.

Vietnam

Philippines

Thailand

“Nutri-Teacher Programme”- Partnering with Mahidol University and the Thai Food and Drug Administration, this initiative focuses on training school children to become health assessors for themselves and their families.

Myanmar

Sri Lanka

China

Malaysia

Singapore

what's up

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September 2020

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Program Gizi Anak Sekolah: Promoting Fruits and Vegetables Consumption among School Children through Community Campaigning
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Program Gizi Anak Sekolah: Promoting Fruits and Vegetables Consumption among School Children through Community Campaigning

Local Government in Kuningan, West Java launched a community-based campaign on 7 February 2020 titled “Gebyar Gerakan Makan Buah dan Sayur (Gebyur)”. The campaign was launched in-line with the pilot nutrition programme, as part of the National School Meals Programme or Program Gizi Anak Sekolah (Progas), an initiative created by the Ministry of Education, with support from the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), Food Industry Asia (FIA), Cargill, and Japan Friends of WFP.

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A Yearly Roundup with evolve
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A Yearly Roundup with evolve

2019 has been an exciting year for evolve with its new branding and strategies. With our vision broadened from initiating multi-stakeholder dialogue and addressing public health challenges, evolve will explore a wider array of activities, dialogues and partnerships that will drive a greater impact within communities. 

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5th Annual Roundtable: A World Free of Hidden Hunger
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5th Annual Roundtable: A World Free of Hidden Hunger

Themed A World Free of Hidden Hunger, the 5th ARoFIIN Roundtable aims to catalyze stakeholder relationships by bringing together regional experts to create and execute a collective global effort to transform diets and food production and to ensure accessible and affordable for everyone.

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Innovations and Partnerships for a Healthier Asia
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Innovations and Partnerships for a Healthier Asia

Kalpana Bhaskaran, Domain Lead at the Applied Nutrition Research and Head of the Glycemic Index Research Unit at the School of Applied Science of Temasek Polytechnic, discusses some key trends driving food innovation in Asia, and how such innovations can be best leveraged to promote better eating habits.

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What are the Challenges and Opportunities to End Malnutrition in Asia?
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What are the Challenges and Opportunities to End Malnutrition in Asia?

Panellists joining the 5th ARoFIIN Roundtable, namely Warren T K Lee of FAO, Sukiet Kittitammachote of Cargill and Mansharan Seth of Tata Trusts, spoke to ARoFIIN on the critical steps needed from various stakeholders to end all forms of malnutrition.

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Cross-sector Collaborations to Deliver Positive Health Outcomes to Society
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Cross-sector Collaborations to Deliver Positive Health Outcomes to Society

Ahead of the 5th ARoFIIN Roundtable, Aaron Hawkins of Save the Children, Massimo Reverberi of Bugsolutely and Allison Hollowell of the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network (AVPN), share their insights on the challenges that the world is seeing today in terms of improving health and nutrition, and the importance of multi-stakeholder collaborations to tackle the issue of malnutrition in Asia.

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Program Gizi Anak Sekolah: Promoting Fruits and Vegetables Consumption among School Children through Community Campaigning

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evolve seeks to address public health challenges by providing a platform for collective action to improve the health and wellness of the people in Asia. Check out what went down at our 5th Annual Roundtable, where we convened over 60 delegates to discuss the role that various stakeholders have to play in ending hidden hunger in the region.

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