Guest Blog: We won’t end malnutrition without toilets

Ending malnutrition requires action on many fronts, writes Barbara Frost, Chief Executive of WaterAid.

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Now Available: The 2016 Global Nutrition Report

The 2016 Global Nutrition Report is now available.

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Now Available: The 2016 Global Nutrition Report

The 2016 Global Nutrition Report is now available.

Video: Jamie Oliver on the GNR

Chef Jamie Oliver and Corinna Hawkes, co-chair of the GNR's Independent Expert Group, took a few minutes to chat about the global scale of malnutrition while at the World Health Assembly in Geneva. Click here to watch the video on Facebook:

SMART Commitment Guidance

The SMART guide includes examples of SMART and un-SMART commitments, and guidance on developing these commitments at country level.

SMART Commitment GNR Hotline

The Global Nutrition Report team can provide assistance to those who would like to “SMARTen” new or revised commitments in 2016.

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GNR Nairobi Launch puts a Multisectoral Face on Malnutrition

The government of Kenya underscored its commitment to ending all forms of malnutrition by 2030 at the launch of the Global Nutrition Report 2016 on 14th June, 2016 in Nairobi. The launch put a multisectoral face on the Kenyan nutrition landscape, with speakers and participants comprising members of the government, UN agencies, donors, academics, and >> Read more

Guest Blog: We won’t end malnutrition without toilets

Ending malnutrition requires action on many fronts, writes Barbara Frost, Chief Executive of WaterAid.

Global Launches for the 2016 Global Nutrition Report

This week, the  2016 Global Nutrition Report will be launched around the world, June 14. Here's how you can get involved:

Op-Ed: The Right Diet for Gender Equality

COPENHAGEN – During the last century, the battle to secure equality for women and girls has been fought in the classroom, in the voting booth, and in the boardrooms of Fortune 500 companies. But if gender inequality is ever to be abolished, we can no longer afford to neglect one of its major causes and >> Read more