Development Initiatives named new host of the Global Nutrition Report

The Global Nutrition Report Stakeholder Group is delighted to announce that Development Initiatives (DI) has been selected as the host of the Global Nutrition Report (GNR). Corinna Hawkes, co-chair of the GNR said, “DI’s expertise in development data and its commitment to transparency and accountability will be a real asset to the GNR as we >> Read more

‘Back to school’: Investing in nutrition enables children to fulfil their potential

Guest blog by Arnaud Sologny and Melissa Kaplan, health advocates at Action Against Hunger, on the links between nutrition and children's development

Global Nutrition Report – update

We wanted to update you on a few changes which have taken place at the Global Nutrition Report.

The Nutrition for Growth Commitments

World leaders are gathering today in Rio de Janeiro to highlight progress made since the first Nutrition for Growth (N4G) Summit in 2013, and to reaffirm their commitment to ending malnutrition in all its forms. This excerpt from the 2016 Global Nutrition Report reviews the N4G commitments.

Guest Blog: We won’t end malnutrition without toilets

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

#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.

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.

Nutrition by the Numbers: Feeding the Data Revolution

On World Food Day, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation talks about their belief in the power of data for development, and the importance of how that data is used.

Towards the Next Horizon for Nutrition – Capacity Development

As global leaders move toward the Sustainable Development Goals, we need to invest in leadership and capacity development for improved nutrition.

Does Fortifying Food Improve Nutrition for the Poorest People?

Fortification programmes need to do more to have an impact on the social groups that suffer the most from undernutrition – especially the rural poor.