The planetary crisis affecting almost all of us – poor nutrition

You’ve all heard about climate change but…do we have a story for you! This is the way the introduction to the world’s first report on the global nutrition crisis could have been written because it puts nutrition on a par with climate change as one of the highest stake global development challenges we ignore at the planet’s peril.

Nutrition Aid Architecture: How could improvements in financing mechanisms galvanise the global effort?

The recent Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) brought UN member states together to bring much needed global attention to the billions of people around the world who suffer from all forms of malnutrition – undernutrition, overnutrition, and micronutrient deficiencies.

The New York Launch of the Global Nutrition Report in a New York Minute

Groucho Marx once said, "Practically everybody in New York has half a mind to write a book, and does."

Live Q&A: What needs to happen NOW to end global malnutrition?

One of the most pressing challenges facing our planet is malnutrition, which affects citizens of every country in the world from the least developed to the most.

Global Nutrition Report 2014

The first-ever Global Nutrition Report provides a comprehensive narrative and analysis on the state of the world’s nutrition. Available in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese


Think your country doesn't have a nutrition problem? Think again

Visualizing Nutrition

Visualization platform gives users a chance to see how widespread malnutrition is, and to assess how countries are progressing

The Global Nutrition Report Goes Live

Well, the final week's build up for the Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) in Rome has begun. Panelists are being briefed, speeches polished, press releases honed, op-eds hawked, social media plans finalised. But ICN2 is about much more than these rituals, important as they are.

Global Launch: Rome – November 20, 2014

Inaugural Global Nutrition Report to be launched officially on November 20th, 2014 at ICN2 in Rome

Micronutrient Powders to Control Anemia in Children: Ghana’s Cautionary Tale

Ghana’s experience with micronutrient powders shows that adoption and scale-up of promising nutrition interventions is often not a straight path.