Herbalife Nutrition observes #WorldFoodDay by highlighting their nonprofit partners and the impact they have made together in fighting food insecurity
Herbalife Nutrition and the Herbalife Nutrition Foundation (HNF), are honoring their nonprofit partners and the impacts they have made together in fighting food insecurity during the second year of its Nutrition for Zero Hunger initiative. Nutrition for Zero Hunger (NFZH) is a global initiative that is aligned with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 2, which seeks to end hunger in all its forms by 2030 and to achieve food security and improved nutrition.
Herbalife Nutrition provided support to communities impacted by Hurricane Eta
Guatemala is one of the countries in Latin America whose people are most affected by inequality. While two-thirds of the overall population live on less than $2 per day, poverty affects indigenous people disproportionately, with 80 percent experiencing deprivation in multiple aspects of their lives, including food security, nutrition, health and education.
North America SVP and Managing Director, Ibi Montesino on how many meals we’ve provided families to take hunger to zero.
Herbalife Nutrition is a global nutrition company. Since 1980, we have been on a mission to improve nutritional habits around the world with great-tasting, science-backed nutrition products that help people get the right balance of healthy nutrition.
Herbalife Nutrition works with global nonprofit partners to address maternal and child nutrition
Every child should have a strong start in life. But the reality is that an estimated 149 million children under the age of five are developmentally stunted due to chronic malnutrition during the 1,000 day period from conception until they reach two years of age.
Malnutrition has many causes. A mother’s nutritional status, for example, profoundly affects her child’s survival, growth, and development, as does the child’s access to nutrition in the first hours and days of life.
Herbalife Nutrition Mexico recently received recognition from CEMEFI this year as a Social Responsible Company for the 11th consecutive year. The award was received in recognition of the company’s policies, process and practice on corporate social responsibility.
Herbalife Nutrition works with community partners to empower healthy nutrition
The effects of the pandemic have hit our most vulnerable communities and aggravated an issue we can no longer ignore—hidden hunger. The economic impactor COVID-19 brought a new level of awareness to the issues of hunger, and food insecurity in the U.S. as more families found themselves struggling to put food on the table.
Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA) is an integral part of our network, comprising 168 Casa Herbalife Nutrition organizations across the globe. Through this partnership, we’ve supported a number of families in the local LA community, including Silvia and her daughters.
Herbalife Nutrition supports the U.S. African Development Foundation to eliminate hunger in African communities
According to a study by the International Monetary Fund, development partners can make a tremendous difference in helping Africans put food on the table and safeguarding the continent’s food security. In recent decades, development organizations have begun to move away from the traditional model of indirect, external, and top-down solutions. Instead of relying on outside-driven initiatives, the U.S. African Development Foundation’s (USADF) approach, for example, focuses on locally-driven and participatory African engagement.
Herbalife Nutrition highlights employees’ acts of service during Volunteer Week
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In celebration of #NationalVolunteerWeek, Herbalife Nutrition is excited to showcase their employees who have been giving back even during these trying times! Here are a few of their volunteer stories below: