Archives for December 2015

GNR at COP21: Climate Change, Agroecology, Nutrition, and Food Security

The nutrition and climate change communities should speak to each other and work together, in order to achieve a “Double Win for Sustainable Development”.

Putting Policies In Place: SUN Workshop For Policy Makers In Organization Of Islamic Cooperation Countries

At the end of the workshop, Roadmap and Partnership Frameworks for OIC member Countries to Achieve Global Nutrition Target 2015 were formulated using the GNR recommendations and Calls to Action.

Indian National Nutrition Policy Finally on the Move, but States Need to Lead the Way

There are plenty of opportunities for the states to innovate around nutrition. This innovation should be supported by the national government. This combination is what is needed if India is to build on its recent progress and accelerate reductions in malnutrition.

Zambia’s Vice President Launches Global Nutrition Report in Lusaka

Zambia’s Vice President, Ms. Inonge Wina: ‘it is in my portfolio to connect what all sectors of the government can do to improve the food and nutrition security of the Zambian people. And also to ensure a multi-sectoral approach to nutrition is adequately implemented’ --- GNR Zambia launch in Lusaka.

Kenya hosts the East Africa Launch of Global Nutrition Report 2015

Experts and stakeholders at the launch agreed that despite the recent progress in ending malnutrition with a number of bright spots across the continent, it remains a major barrier to development in many African nations.

Reflections on the GNR and IHR 2015 launch in India

"Work multisectorally” was the mantra of the day

Nutrition at COP21 in Paris

Nutrition showed up at the COP 21, and we are being successful. As in other multilateral discussions, nutrition is gaining prominence and capturing support.

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.

Food Systems are the New End Game

Investments in the agricultural sector must prioritise increasing the productivity of non-staple, nutrient-dense foods to make them more affordable to low-income consumers.