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UNSCN Discussion Paper - By 2030, end all forms of malnutrition and leave no one behind

The paper aims to present the centrality of nutrition in the current sustainable development agenda. It provides an overview of the numerous and inter-related nutrition targets that have been agreed upon by intergovernmental bodies, placing these targets in the context of the SDGs and the UN Decade of Action on Nutrition.
As such, this paper does not give a full technical analysis of the nutrition landscape but rather connects the dots between the various identified areas for policies and action. It aims to inform nutrition actors, including non-traditional ones, regarding opportunities to be engaged and connected in a meaningful way.

UNSCN Discussion Paper - By 2030, end all forms of malnutrition and leave no one behind

Author:
Stineke Oenema, UNSCN Coordinator
Year:
2017

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