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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Progress Marking and Progress Making – Global Nutrition Summit and Global Nutrition Report Launch Set to Catalyze Progress on Malnutrition

By Kimberly Cernak, 1,000 Days’ Senior Director of Global Policy and Advocacy. 

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‘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

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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.

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Policy perspective: how implementation of the SDGs can put an end to undernutrition

In a guest blog,Christelle Huré of Action Contre La Faim discusses how undernutrition plays across the SDGs, and introduces a new advocacy toolkit.

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2017 Global Nutrition Launch date confirmed

We are excited to announce that the 2017 Global Nutrition Report will launch on 4 November.

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Why does exclusion matter for malnutrition?

Many countries have shown it is possible to address malnutrition. Yet for millions of children who still suffer because of malnutrition, progress has not been fast enough or equal enough. Why is this?

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Japanese translation of the Global Nutrition Report now available

The 2016 Global Nutrition Report is available.

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Global Nutrition Report – update

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

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Making nutrition mainstream – lessons from Jamie Oliver

The fight against the double burden of obesity and malnutrition hinges on a powerful message: millions of people have too much of the wrong food, while millions more have too little of the right food.

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