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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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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Now Available: The 2016 Global Nutrition Report

The 2016 Global Nutrition Report is now available.
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Video: Jamie Oliver on the GNR

Chef Jamie Oliver and Corinna Hawkes, co-chair of the GNR's Independent Expert Group, took a few minutes to chat about the global scale of malnutrition while at the World Health Assembly in Geneva.

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SMART Commitment Guidance

The Global Nutrition Report has worked with a panel of expert stakeholders to develop a guide to making SMART commitments to nutrition. The guide includes examples of SMART and un-SMART commitments, and guidance on developing these commitments at country level. We hope that this will prove useful as you begin to set SDG targets at country level, and in the lead up to the Nutrition for Growth meeting in Brazil this summer. This guide is only meaningful if it is helpful to you; please send us questions or feedback using our Contact Us page.

Click here for our SMART Commitment Guidance.

SMART Commitment GNR Hotline

The Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2), held in Rome in November 2014, and its Framework for Action affirmed and stimulated governments’ commitment to ending hunger and malnutrition in all its forms. Building on that momentum, plans are well underway for a potentially landmark Nutrition for Growth (N4G) Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 2016 and the formulation of a strong compact for nutrition. >> Read more

Global Nutrition Report 2015: Calls to Action

The Global Nutrition Report 2015 puts forward 10 calls to action aimed at increasing the accountability of stakeholders for nutrition actions, with the common objective of reducing malnutrition in all its forms. The calls are aimed at supporting wider sustainable development imperatives, as well as guiding sustainable development efforts to improve nutrition. In keeping with the Report’s identification of a need for commitments to be Specific, Measurable, Assignable, Realistic and Time Bound (SMART), each of these calls includes SMART actions. In the documents below, we have classified the calls to action by stakeholder type to enable you to easily focus on the actions relevant to your work.

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Global Nutrition Report Africa Brief 2015

The Africa Brief draws on data from the Global Nutrition Report 2015. It provides a snapshot of the current status of malnutrition in Africa and identifies actions for accelerating progress in the continent. Download the Africa Brief here.

50 Numbers on the World’s Nutrition Challenge and Actions to Overcome It

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. Here is our top 50 list of statistics, organised around key points. They are intended to be useful for your briefing notes, speeches, power points, press releases, tweets, blogs, opinion pieces and conversations. Please use them — numbers are just numbers until you bring them to life to contribute to a movement for change. 

Download the PDF  - 50 Numbers That Reveal the Worlds Nutrition Challenge

Nutrition Country Profiles: Making the Most of Them

Introduction

With over 80 indicators[1] for each of 193 UN member states, the Nutrition Country Profiles could be a valuable tool for those wishing to improve nutrition within their country.  This note presents some ideas for how to make the most of the Profiles. >> Read more