The Global Nutrition Report (GNR) has been bringing together and analysing the best available data on nutrition since 2014. We were born out of the first Nutrition for Growth (N4G) Summit and continue to provide the evidence needed to drive action to end malnutrition in all its forms.
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The N4G Commitment Tracker provides the latest data on progress towards N4G commitments. You can search the interactive tracker to find out who is making progress towards commitments – and where more action is needed. This makes it an important resource for anyone who needs evidence to shape stronger commitments on nutrition.
The 2020 Global Nutrition Report called for greater investments in nutrition, especially in the communities most affected by malnutrition. It urged governments, businesses and civil society to leverage key moments to renew and expand nutrition commitments and strengthen accountability.
Commitments made in previous N4G summits are ending. The world is now gearing up for a year of commitments on food and nutrition in 2021. To improve nutrition outcomes in the future, we need to take stock of progress made towards commitments to date.
Together with the GNR Country Nutrition Profiles, which bring together the best available data on nutrition, our N4G Commitment Tracker equips the world with the evidence needed to drive faster and fairer progress to end malnutrition in all its forms.
In December 2020, the governments of Canada and Bangladesh, in partnership with the government of Japan, hosted a virtual event to launch a ‘Nutrition for Growth (N4G) Year of Action’ and mobilise actors to register N4G commitments. The event showcased new policy and financing commitments for nutrition from a range of stakeholders and formally kicked off the Year of Action.
To facilitate the N4G commitment registration process, and as part of the GNR's leadership role in forming the Nutrition Accountability Framework, the GNR has developed a commitment registration guide and a commitment registration form, both of which can be found on the ‘Make a Commitment’ page of the N4G website.
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