The Global Nutrition Report's purpose is to produce a single, authoritative source on progress toward addressing critical gaps in the nutrition accountability framework, both at the national and international levels. The initiative comprises a wide range of actors, including sponsors and ambassadors; country-level experts; UN and multilateral agencies; multilateral organizations; CSOs; donors; and stakeholders. An Independent Expert Group is responsible for the quality and independence of the Report.
The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) maintains this website. Except as noted below, noncommercial reuse of the content on this site is allowed with proper attribution, as follows: “The International Food Policy Research authorizes the use of this material subject to the terms and conditions on its website.”
Users are free to copy, display, and distribute the work. Reselling, charging for access, or charging to redistribute the material is prohibited.
There may be photographs featured on this site and in related publications that have been licensed under nontransferable terms or have been acquired from photo-sharing sites. These will be so noted. Please contact the sites/owners directly for permission to use.
Charts, graphs, and maps on this site and in related publications may be based on data from third parties. Please contact the third-party organizations directly for permission to use.
If you have any questions about citing or re-using the content on this website, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unless expressly stated otherwise, any opinions stated on this website are those of the various authors of the materials and are not necessarily representative of or endorsed by the International Food Policy Research Institute or any of the partner organizations involved in the Global Nutrition Report.