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This document is part of the UNICEF series of ‘Field Reports: Lessons from Improving Nutrition at Scale’. It describes UNICEF’s experience in supporting the scale-up of the program in India, considered the world’s largest universal adolescent anaemia control program. It plays a pivotal role in protecting adolescents from the debilitating effects of anaemia, breaking the country’s inter-generational cycle of malnutrition and safeguarding the health and potential of future generations. India’s 15-year journey towards nationwide expansion of its adolescent anaemia control programme offers vital lessons for implementers not just in India but also other countries to follow. Click here to read the document.