To Fight Malnutrition in Africa, Embed Nutrition in Agricultural Programs

Given its impressive track record over the last 20 years, Rwanda has rightly been considered a model for reducing poverty and hunger in Africa. Between 1990 and 2015, hunger was reduced by almost half. Yet leaders and researchers are still confronted with a puzzling fact: despite higher crop yields and increasing incomes, nutrition is not improving.

UNSCN Discussion Paper: By 2030, End All Forms of Malnutrition and Leave No One Behind

A new discussion paper from the United Nations System Standing Committee on Nutrition (UNSCN) aims to present the centrality of nutrition in the current sustainable development agenda.

GNR raising nutrition awareness among new audiences

A new video summarizing key messages from the Global Nutrition Report 2015 is now available. The video, was produced by Mary Kate Costello from The Hunger Project, has footage donated by The Hunger Project, and features a soundtrack by well-known electronic duo ODESZA.   Originally shared on the Global Nutrition Report 2015 website.

Global Nutrition Report 2015 now available

With one in three people malnourished worldwide, nutrition is a powerful driver of sustainable development—it has the power to either propel the agenda forward or hold it back. Malnutrition takes many forms: children whose growth is stunted, people who don’t get enough vitamins and minerals for a healthy life, or adults who are overweight and obese. It is >> Read more