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Nutrition for Growth in 2017 – Where do we go from here?


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June 12, 2017

By Action against Hunger, International Medical Corps and Global Health Advocates From one million in 2009, the number of children accessing treatment for severe acute malnutrition rose to 3.2 million in 2015. This improvement in access to treatment is largely due to the development of the Community-based management of acute malnutrition (CMAM). However, this type […]

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April 22, 2017

The International Coalition for Advocacy on Nutrition (ICAN), comprised of organizations working to improve policies and scale up investments in nutrition, commends the World Bank Group and the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development for holding the Spotlight on Nutrition event on April 22nd at the World Bank Spring Meetings. As the discussion emphasized, strong […]

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March 8, 2017

by Jessica Meeker, IDS Half the world’s farmers are women. In South Asia the proportion is far higher than this, in Afghanistan for example women farmers make up over 80 per cent of the agricultural workforce. Day to day, women spend an equal amount of time in farming as men and do very labour intensive […]

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