The Holland headquartered dairy cooperative Royal FrieslandCampina has launched its AfricaNutrition programme in Ivory Coast. This nutrition study is intended to provide insights into the dietary patterns of vulnerable women and children. A total of 423 women (aged 18 to 49) and 423 children (aged 6 to 12) participate in the study in Ivory Coast. The AfricaNutrition programme resembles FrieslandCampina’s nutrition study called SEANUTS (South East Asia Nutritional Survey), which is currently being conducted in Southeast Asia. This nutritional research stems from RFC its goal of providing better nutrition for the world population by making healthy dairy products more accessible.