What is UNSCN
The UNSCN is a dedicated platform where UN agencies can have an open, substantive and constructive dialogue on nutrition strategies and initiatives. It is also a place where UN agencies can design joint global approaches, and align their positions and actions when addressing the multi-faceted and evolving nutrition challenges as they arise. As an established and respected forum for facilitating dialogue, UNSCN is well placed to act as a catalyst for sharing their knowledge, best practice and cutting edge information, among its members and with other stakeholders.
23/11/2016 - The Fall 2016 UNSCN Quarterly Newsletter provides the latest updates on the UNSCN members, our work to foster cross-sectoral dialogue on nutrition, UNSCN’s efforts to raise the profile of [...]
30/09/2016 - The online consultation to help elaborate the Work Programme for the UN Decade of Action on Nutrition is now live! We invite you to join the discussion and share the actions and actors that you [...]
30/09/2016 - The Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition commissioned publication Food Systems and diets: Facing the challenge of the 21st century is a comprehensive overview of the ongoing [...]
02/09/2016 - Outcomes and processes for accountability are sorely needed for assessing the impact of food systems policies on nutrition. The Framework for Action includes an adopted set of recommendations on [...]
01/09/2016 - In the ICN2 Rome Declaration in Commitment 15- Member States committed to ‘increase investments for effective interventions and actions to improve people's diets and nutrition, including in [...]