Recent work by the WHO shows the health burden of foodborne disease is comparable to that of malaria, HIV/AIDS or tuberculosis. This workshop will further expose and explore the massively underestimated burden of foodborne disease and its likely causes.
The Rome-based Agencies (RBAs) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)’s Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) are joining forces for an online consultation, which is now open through 17 April, entitled, “How can value chains be shaped to improve nutrition?”
POSHAN Delivering for Nutrition 2016: Session Summary on Interventions That Support Child Development
Early childhood is a precious time in human life– a period marked by rapid physical and cognitive development. Good nutrition and a supportive environment are critical for normal child development during the first 1,000 days– from conception to a child’s second birthday. A package of 14 essential nutrition-specific interventions that span the spectrum of prevention read more
Hunger and undernutrition are long standing problems that are difficult to address in Malawi. Can markets be leveraged—linking producers to consumers and delivering nutrient-dense food—to improve nutrition and food security, especially of the poor? Preliminary results from a recent study, “Harnessing markets for improved nutrition: A Case Study of Zomba,” were presented by Noora-Lisa Aberman read more