The Grow Great Campaign seeks to mobilise South Africa to halve stunting in young children by 2030.

About Us

The Grow Great Campaign

Grow Great tackles key drivers of stunting in young children, pushing for national change while supporting local action by influencing public behaviour that shapes child growth and mobilising government, business and civil society to invest in zero stunting strategies.

Our Impact

The Grow Great impact in numbers

2936 Community Health Workers Trained

2936 Community Health Workers Trained

134216 Number of Children Growth Monitored

79929 Number of Pregnant Women Supported

372 The Number of Franchisees Trained

142 The Number of Franchisees Licenced

30000 Pregnant women & mothers supported

2936

Community Health Workers Trained

2936

Community Health Workers Trained

2936

Community Health Workers Trained

Community Health Workers Trained

Number of Children Growth Monitored

Number of Pregnant Women Supported

The Number of Franchisees Trained

The Number of Franchisees Licenced

Pregnant women & mothers supported

Our Projects

The Flourish Experience

Flourish is a national network of antenatal and postnatal classes that supports, celebrates, and empowers mothers throughout the critical first 1,000 days of a child’s life. The programme supports parents to provide responsive caregiving to their children.

Our Projects

Grow Great Champions

Community Health Workers are the critical workforce best placed to address the drivers of stunting in homes and communities

LATEST NEWS

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Grow Great Campaign Celebrates Community Health Worker Day

Grow Great Campaign Celebrates Community Health Worker Day

Grow Great, a campaign committed to mobilising South Africa to halve stunting in young children by 2030, convened a diverse group of Community Health Care Workers on Friday in Diepsloot South to honour and acknowledge their invaluable contributions as everyday heroes....

The superpowers of Omega 3

The superpowers of Omega 3

For those who are on Twitter, it is no secret that Tito Mboweni loves to cook and eat pilchards, I’m not sure about his recipes, but he seems to enjoy them. Anyway, seeing pilchards on Tito Mboweni’s tweets always reminds me of a very powerful story about pilchards...

Putting their community first

Putting their community first

The Reaphedisa Grow Great Champions CHW Club, which comprised Nicolene Mohale, Mavis Selotole and Elsinah Mohale achieved a feat that some would consider nearly impossible last year [2018]. The team was named Limpopo’s club of the year, despite it having only four...