GNR Germany: Food and Nutrition Security is Vital to Sustainable Development

"Germany will be working to ensure that the G7 summit at Schloss Elmau sends a strong signal for the fight against hunger and for food and nutrition security," Thomas Silberhorn, Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development

East African Civil Society Organisations Unite to Launch Global Nutrition Report

The highlight of the event was the signing of a pledge by the Civil Society representatives to step up their commitment to achieve shared global nutrition targets by 2025 and to building momentum towards nutrition.

How to Leverage Indicators in the Sustainable Development Goals? Lessons from the Millennium Development Goals

What can we learn from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) about how indicators and targets help leverage change?

Announcing a New Member of the Stakeholder Group

The Global Nutrition Report welcomes Dr Lucero Rodriguez Cabrera to the Stakeholder Group.

GNR Launch Highlights Guatemala’s Successful Zero Hunger Pact

Guatemala shared their data monitoring system and aims to continue sharing their experience worldwide as an example of best practice.

Announcing Two New Independent Expert Group Co-Chairs

As the Global Nutrition Report evolves, it is important to share the responsibility of  leadership and to diversify the skills and views, and that is why the Co-chairs of the Stakeholder Group (SG) join Lawrence Haddad in welcoming Corinna Hawkes and  Emorn Udomkesmalee as two new Co-chairs of the Independent Expert Group (IEG).

Good Nutrition for Sustainable Development and Human Security: GNR Roundtable in Tokyo

It was evident from the discussion that Japan sees nutrition as key to sustainable development and human security.

Sri Lanka Event for the Global Nutrition Report

The Sri Lanka event for the Global Nutrition Report 2014 was held on 16 March 2015, in Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall, Colombo. The event was organised by the Scaling up Nutrition People’s Forum.

Nutrition Scorecard Launch: Driving Accountability and Future Commitments

Cross-posted from RESULTS

‘Two For One’ in Myanmar – CSO SUN launch and GNR Roundtable

As effective nutrition programmes are best implemented in conjunction with key government and non-government programmes, such as agriculture, health, social protection and education, panel members say the onus is on all development stakeholders in contributing to national outcomes.