Global Nutrition Report Blog

28 Jan 2019

Let’s close the gaps on food fortification – for better nutrition

Sharada Keats | Senior Associate, Policy and Advocacy, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)

06 Aug 2018

Does Breastfeeding Reduce the Need for Family Planning in Kenya? Misperceptions and Consequences

Elizabeth Kimani | African Population and Health Research Centre, Kenya

01 Aug 2018

Nutrition for the Next Generation

Lawrence Haddad | GAIN

23 Jul 2018

Tracking Business Commitments in the Global Nutrition Report

Jonathan Tench | SUN Business Network

01 Feb 2018

Diversifying agriculture for healthy diets

Andrew Jones | Public health nutritionist, John G. Searle Assistant Professor of Nutritional Sciences in the School of Public Health and Research Assistant Professor in the Center for Human Growth and Development at the University of Michigan

30 Mar 2017

Making nutrition mainstream – lessons from Jamie Oliver

Jo Creed | Social Media and Food Policy Manager at the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation

23 Jan 2017

Reducing malnutrition through education actions

Harold Alderman | Senior Research Fellow at The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

12 Dec 2016

Universal Health Coverage Day 2016: Making Nutrition Essential

Elyse Franko-Filipasic | Communications Specialist at The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

15 Nov 2016

The effect of population estimates on country-level nutrition data

Komal Bhatia | Data Analyst for The Global Nutrition Report (2016)

14 Nov 2016

Implementing Public Policies to Promote Healthy Diets in Chile

Camila Corvalan | MD MPH PhD, Assistant Professor at Institute of Nutrition and Food Technology (INTA), University of Chile, Santiago

16 Sep 2016

From feeding billions to nourishing billions: how do we get food systems to deliver higher quality diets?

Lawrence Haddad | GAIN

26 Aug 2016

Making water, sanitation, and hygiene programs nutrition sensitive

Mduduzi Mbuya | Courtesy Assistant Professor at Cornell University - Making water, sanitation, and hygiene programs nutrition sensitive