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FAO, WHO and UNICEF side event on “Investing in women’s nutrition for healthy, smart and more sustainable societies” - New York, 21 March 2016

21/03/2016 - FAO, WHO and UNICEF co-organised side event to highlight why good nutrition for all, and women in particular, is essential to achieve the SDGs. By showcasing specific examples of effective [...]

Webinar “The Global Nutrition Targets Tracking Tool: A Hands-On Briefing for Setting Your Anaemia Target”

24/02/2016 - In 2012, WHO Member States endorsed six Global Nutrition Targets for improving maternal, infant and young child nutrition. When translating these global targets into national targets, one needs to [...]

2nd International Conference on Global Food Security, 11-14 October 2015, New York, USA

11/10/2015 - By 2050 the world population will reach at least 9 billion people. At the same time, achieving global food security in an environmentally sustainable way remains one of the greatest challenges faced [...]

SCN Networking Event - Nutrition in urban areas

25/03/2010 - SCN Networking Event in Rio de Janeiro on 25 March 2010 The impact of the food and financial crisis on nutrition in urban areas presented by Florence Egal - Presentation The challenge of the double [...]

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WHO Action framework for developing and implementing public food procurement and service policies for a healthy diet Every year, unhealthy diets are responsible for millions of deaths and lost years of good health. Urgent action is needed to stop the growing consumption of foods and beverages that lead to unhealthy…
The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting people’s food environments: a resource list on Food Systems and Nutrition responses The global outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) has disrupted food systems around the world. Food environments are where people meet the food system. Around the world people’s food environments…