Poor diet is the number one risk factor driving the world’s disease burden. This Report identifies decisions that policymakers need to take in the coming decade to invest in effective policies to reduce all forms of malnutrition, repositioning food systems from feeding people to nourishing people.
"Nutrition for Growth II from commitment to action" provides information and advice, in the form of 10 evidence-based recommendations, to help policymakers invest in effective policies to reduce all forms of malnutrition.
What is the cost of malnutrition? The Global Panel calls for more attention to the costs of inaction and urges policymakers, particularly those in economic planning and finance ministries, to invest in nutrition and in actionable food and agriculture policies.
This working paper was commissioned in advance of the African Leaders for Nutrition Initiative to highlight why investing in nutrition is important from an economic perspective.
"Assuring Safe Food Systems: Policy Options for a Healthier Food Supply" reviews food safety issues that are critical to poor and vulnerable populations in low- and middle-income countries.
"Managing food price volatility: policy options to support healthy diets and nutrition in the context of uncertainty" identifies policy interventions that can anticipate and mitigate the negative dietary and nutritional outcomes of price volatility and market uncertainty.
The policy Brief "Healthy meals in schools: Policy innovations linking agriculture, food systems and nutrition", explains why a greater policy emphasis is needed on the multiple-win outcomes of healthy meals in schools.
The brief argues that improved metrics and data are needed for effective food system policies in the post-2015 era. It is aimed at analysts, statistical experts and decision makers who use evidence to guide their policy choices.
This first GLobal Panel's technical brief describes the breadth of policies relating to agriculture and food systems that influence nutritional outcomes for people, and the opportunities to make these more nutrition enhancing.
Climate-smart food systems for enhanced nutrition explains the challenges of meeting both agricultural and nutritional needs in the face of climate change. It identifies specific opportunities for policy change that can simultaneously enhance food and nutrition security.