Two Cheers (but not three) for Sustainable Development Goal 2

On September 25th, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). For those keenly interested in nutrition – which given the centrality of nutrition to development should mean everyone – this is cause for two cheers, but not three.

The Most Important Report on the Global Nutrition Crisis

How seriously the world takes the Global Nutrition Report and its ten Calls to Action will either make or break the achievement of most of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Why target 17.14 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is the most important target of all

For me, the proof that the “Global Goals” is the right approach will be in the implementation.

Perspectives on 2015 Global Nutrition Report

Q&A with Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore's Dilemma

#NutritionReport: It’s time to put our health at the heart of food systems

You’ve got to admit even in a world drowning in facts, four from the 2015 Global Nutrition Report are really staggering.

International Launch of the Second Global Nutrition Report

We present new evidence and progress, and address interventions for globally sustainable, nutrition–led policies.

Nutrition Country Profile (2014) Submissions

Case studies of 2014 Nutrition Country Profiles

Working with Global Nutrition Data: Chasing 193

Working with and assembling global nutrition data throws up unique challenges and insights, and engaging with these is an integral part of the process, as well as an outcome in itself. We share some experiences from data analysts’ perspectives.

Kenya is a Breastfeeding Success Story but Still has its Challenges

World Breastfeeding Week is from August 1-7 this year. Elizabeth Kimani reflects on breastfeeding in Kenya, one of a handful of countries that have been able to achieve the World Health Assembly exclusive breastfeeding target.

Nutrition and the SDGs

As the UN post-2015 summit in September approaches how does the current draft of the SDGs shape up with respect to nutrition? Asma Lateef, Director of Bread for the World Institute with Jennifer Thompson and Joanna Francis of Concern share their reflections.