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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Reducing malnutrition through education actions

Schools and educators have a role to play in reducing malnutrition around the world.
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The effect of population estimates on country-level nutrition data: Demographical gymnastics, nutritional conundrums

“There’s a fine line between the numerator and denominator. Only a fraction of you will get this," goes the old joke.
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Video: Lawrence Haddad on achieving nutrition goals

In this video, first screened in September 2016 at the Nutrition Impact Summit, 2016 Global Nutrition Report Co-Chair Lawrence Haddad discusses the objectives of this year's report, as well as the wider impact of investing in nutrition.
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Making water, sanitation, and hygiene programs nutrition sensitive

Making water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) nutrition sensitive does not require a paradigm shift.
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Nutrition for Growth: How Brazil’s Political Commitment to Nutrition Took Shape

On August 4, world leaders will come together in Rio de Janeiro to highlight progress made in achieving nutrition targets since the last Nutrition for Growth summit in 2013. >> Read more

Video: GNR at the 2016 EAT Forum

Global Nutrition Report Co-Chair Corinna Hawkes presented the 2016 Global Nutrition Report at the EAT Forum in Stockholm, Sweden, on June 14.
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Malnutrition: A major cause for concern

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"Malnutrition literally means bad nutrition. That's anyone who isn't adequately nourished, including the obese and overweight." - Corinna Hawkes, co-chair of the GNR Independent Expert Group
This article by TRT World highlights the double burden of malnutrition: while the number of people suffering from stunting, wasting, and other effects of undernutrition remains staggering, obesity and nutrition-related noncommunicable diseases are also becoming increasingly prevalent. read more about this double burden--and how we can fight it--at TRT World.

Guest Blog: We won’t end malnutrition without toilets

Ending malnutrition requires action on many fronts, writes Barbara Frost, Chief Executive of WaterAid.
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