Investing in nutrition: the key role of parliamentarians

January 12, 2017

From 19 to 21 December, hundreds of parliamentarians from the European Union and from the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) group of states gathered in Nairobi (Kenya) for the 32nd session of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly. On 21 December, on the side of...

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Stories of Change in Nutrition

October 19, 2016

By Jessica Meeker, Nutrition Convenor at the Institute for Development Studies. Whilst nutrition remains a pertinent global issue, some countries are making gains in reducing the burden of undernutrition. There are many well documented approaches and frameworks, guiding national decision makers and practitioners to improve policies and programmes, but often it is the stories...

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50 million promises: sign our petition and fight global hunger

October 11, 2016

by Craig Burnett, Concern What’s worse than breaking one promise? Breaking 50 million, made to the world’s poorest people. Last year, the UK government pledged to improve nutrition for 50 million people around the globe who would otherwise go hungry. But now the government is in...

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New scorecard shows mixed picture on national nutrition targets

September 22, 2016

By Ben Hobbs, Generation Nutrition Campaign Manager,and Christelle Hure, Action Against Hunger On the occasion of the UN General Assembly and a side event on the Decade of Actionon Nutrition, Generation Nutrition is launching a scorecard that looks athow well 50 ‘high-burden’ countries are doing in setting national nutrition targets and reaching...

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