The 2015 Global Nutrition Report contains a lot of numbers. We have been asking panellists at various launch events which they find most interesting and why.
Another year, another round of launches for theGlobal Nutrition Report. Why do we do it?
Ugh, I hear some of you say. Sell nutrition? Well, it is not doing such a great job of selling itself: 1 in 3 world wide are malnourished in one form or another.
At the United Nations General Assembly in this month, representatives will adopt a new sustainable development goals (SDGs), consisting of 17 goals and 169 targets.
Communicating clearly to non nutrition folks is difficult for nutrition folks because the topic is so laden with jargon and the technicalities actually matter. But that is no excuse.
I had been asked by Werner Schultink, UNICEF Nutrition Chief, to speak to the topic of “What does the global community expect of UNICEF? How should it respond?
An innovative collaboration sends out a strong message into the world, “Growth is dead, long live growth: The quality of economic growth and why it matters”.
Socio-Economic Atlas of Kenya estimates that Kakamega is the poorest county in Kenya.
The World Bank made a commitment to support the continuation of its Social Safety Net (SSN) program in Djibouti.
IFPRI and Concern Worldwide hosted “2014 Global Hunger Index Twitter Chat” on World Food Day.