Extended versions of the panels in the Global Nutrition Report 2014 give country-specific and global experiences of malnutrition bottlenecks, improvements in nutritional status and scaling up nutrition actions, in addition to discussing issues of measurement and accountability in nutrition.
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- Panel 2.1 Nutrition and the Sustainable Development Goals—No Room for Complacency
- Panel 2.3 How Did Maharashtra Cut Child Stunting?
- Panel 4.1 Malnutrition in the United States and United Kingdom
- Panel 4.2 Regional Drivers of Malnutrition in Indonesia
Endang Achadi with acknowledgment to Sudarno Sumarto and Taufik Hidayat
- Panel 4.3 Compiling District-Level Nutrition Data in India
Purnima Menon and Shruthi Cyriac
- Panel 4.4 Targeting Minority Groups at Risk in the United States
Jennifer Requejo and Joel Gittelsohn
- Panel 5.1 Measuring Coverage of Programs to Treat Severe Acute Malnutrition
Jose Luis Alvarez
- Panel 6.1 Trends in Dietary Quality among Adults in the United States
Daniel Wang and Walter Willett
- Panel 6.2 How Did Bangladesh Reduce Stunting So Rapidly?
- Panel 6.3 Using an Agricultural Platform in Burkina Faso to Improve Nutrition during the First 1,000 Days
Deanna Kelly Olney, Andrew Dillon, Abdoulaye Pedehombga, Marcellin Ouédraogo, and Marie Ruel
- Panel 7.1 Is There a Better Way to Track Nutrition Spending?
- Panel 7.2 Tracking Financial Allocations to Nutrition: Guatemala’s Experience
Jesús Bulux, Otto Velasquez, Cecibel Juárez, Carla Guillén, and Fernando Arriola
- Panel 7.3 A Tool for Assessing Government Progress on Creating Healthy Food Environments
- Panel 7.4 Engaging Food and Beverage Companies through the Access to Nutrition Index
- Panel 7.5 How Brazil Cut Child Stunting and Improved Breastfeeding Practices
- Panel 8.1 Scaling Up Nutrition through Business
- Panel 8.2 How Civil Society Organizations Build Commitment to Nutrition
- Panel 8.3 Building Civil Society’s Capacity to Push for Policies on Obesity and Noncommunicable Diseases
- Panel 8.4 Can Community Monitoring Enhance Accountability for Nutrition?
Nick Nisbett and Dolf te Lintelo
- Panel 8.5 National Evaluation Platforms: Potential for Nutrition
Jennifer Bryce and colleagues
- Panel 8.6 The State of African Nutrition Data for Accountability and Learning
Carl Lachat, Joyce Kinabo, Eunice Nago, Annamarie Kruger, and Patrick Kolsteren
- Effectiveness Evaluation of the Food Fortification Program of Costa Rica: Impact on Anemia Prevalence and Hemoglobin Concentrations in Women and Children
Reynaldo Martorell and colleagues (M. Ascencio, L. Tacsan, T. Alfaro, M. F. Young, O. Y. Addo, O. Dary, and R. Flores-Ayala)
- The Complexity of the Double Burden of Malnutrition: New Evidence from Latin America
Juan A. Rivera, Lilia S. Pedraza, Reynaldo Martorell, Angel Gil, and the Latin American Double Burden of Malnutrition Research Group
- Bringing Micronutrient Powders to Scale Globally
Stanley Zlotkin and Claudia Schauer