Supporting Policies, Programs, and Enabling Actions Through Research

SUPPORTING POLICIES, PROGRAMS, AND ENABLING ACTIONS THROUGH RESEARCH

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Authors of new UNSCN discussion paper share their thoughts on rural-urban linkages and implicaitons for nutrition in low- and middle-income countries
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Poverty, malnutrition, weak healthcare systems, and other factors will complicate the response to the pandemic.
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This post, which originally appeared on Transform Nutrition West Africa, explores how West Africa is being impacted by the double burden of malnutrition, and steps to move forward in addressing it.
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Social audits have become a popular accountability tool in India. New research examines their potential to improve the effectiveness of state-run nutrition services.
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To truly address the double burden of malnutrition, research, policy, and goal setting cannot overlook political and economic drivers.
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All-African team from TNWA and the African Nutrition Leadership Programme (ANLP) led the five-day short course to facilitate capacity strengthening.
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The conference provided an example of how work done by different A4NH flagships open opportunities for experience sharing across countries.
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Malnutrition, including micronutrient deficiency, is especially acute among women in India. Locally-grown produce may hold the key to improving diets.
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The Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition in South Asia (LANSA) program ran from 2012-2018, focusing on countries with high rates of undernutrition and large agricultural sectors.