New members of the Global Nutrition Report’s Independent Expert Group announced

The Stakeholder Group for the Global Nutrition Report (GNR) is delighted to announce the newly appointed members of the GNR’s Independent Expert Group (IEG). The IEG's members were selected to bring the right mix of expertise and fresh perspectives to the GNR in 2018 and beyond. The IEG as a whole represents individual members’ expertise… [Continue Reading]

Middle-income countries – the crucial piece in the malnutrition puzzle

By Anushree Shiroor Malnutrition seldom receives the same attention as many other health issues, despite strong linkages. Recent media coverage highlighting the current rate of progress as grossly insufficient for many African countries to achieve global targets on maternal, infant, and young child nutrition evoked a mixed reaction – relief at malnutrition beginning to get… [Continue Reading]

Diversifying agriculture for healthy diets

By Andrew Jones Transitions toward urban living, the freer flow of capital and culture, and new agricultural and processing technologies have transformed food systems around the world over the past half century. Perhaps more than anything, homogenisation has come to define this transformation. The composition of global food supplies has become more similar in recent… [Continue Reading]

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… [Continue Reading]

No Wasted Lives Coalition: accelerating evidence-based action on acute malnutrition

By Anne Salter, Research Uptake and Communications Advisor and Amy Mayberry, Head of Evidence, Action Against Hunger UK. 

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Global nutrition crisis threatens human development, demands ‘critical step change’ in response - report

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New members of the Global Nutrition Report’s Independent Expert Group announced

The Stakeholder Group for the Global Nutrition Report (GNR) is delighted to announce the newly appointed members of the GNR’s Independent Expert Group (IEG). The IEG's members were selected to bring the right mix of expertise and fresh perspectives to the GNR in 2018 and beyond. The IEG as a whole represents individual members’ expertise >> Read more

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

How to request hard copies of the 2017 Global Nutrition Report or summaries

We have copies of the full Global Nutrition Report and summaries in English, French and Spanish. You can request a hard copy here. Please let us know how many copies you would like (max 5) along with your name, full postal address and telephone number.

No Wasted Lives Coalition: accelerating evidence-based action on acute malnutrition

By Anne Salter, Research Uptake and Communications Advisor and Amy Mayberry, Head of Evidence, Action Against Hunger UK. 

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Middle-income countries – the crucial piece in the malnutrition puzzle

By Anushree Shiroor Malnutrition seldom receives the same attention as many other health issues, despite strong linkages. Recent media coverage highlighting the current rate of progress as grossly insufficient for many African countries to achieve global targets on maternal, infant, and young child nutrition evoked a mixed reaction – relief at malnutrition beginning to get >> Read more

Diversifying agriculture for healthy diets

By Andrew Jones Transitions toward urban living, the freer flow of capital and culture, and new agricultural and processing technologies have transformed food systems around the world over the past half century. Perhaps more than anything, homogenisation has come to define this transformation. The composition of global food supplies has become more similar in recent >> Read more

Call for nominations: the Global Nutrition Report Independent Expert Group

The Stakeholder Group of the Global Nutrition Report (GNR) is calling for nominations to the Independent Expert Group (IEG) by 25th January 2018.

Call for proposals: the Global Nutrition Report is seeking a long-term host

The Global Nutrition Report is seeking a host institution from April 1, 2018 for a period of at least 3 years.