Opinion Editorial from Prof Srinath Reddy, Panel Member and President of the Public Health Foundation of India Till recently, experts on human nutrition were divided into two separate worlds—often in polemical conflict over competing priorities. Those who studied ‘undernutrition’ saw underweight, wasted or stunted children, or thin and anaemic adults as deficient in calories and…
Opinion Piece by Professor Srinath Reddy. Prof Reddy attended and co-chaired the high-level roundtable in Nepal on the 9th December 2019. Healthy Diets: How sustainable food systems can support a healthier and more prosperous Nepal. The efforts from the Government of Nepal and its partners to reduce stunting in children by around 21% over…
From the 2-6th September, Global Panel had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the annual African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) conference hosted in Ghana. In reflection of this successful event, the First Lady of Ghana, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, in her role as Nutrition Champion, discusses the importance of well-functioning food systems to improve nutrition across…
Multisector stakeholders gather to accelerate policies to transform food systems to make healthy diets more affordable and accessible to all.
Ministers commit to rise to the challenge of improving Ghanaians’ diets through coordinated cross-sector action.
The Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition welcomes new Panel Member, Dr Shenggen Fan
A new policy brief calls for action to reduce the loss and waste of high-nutrient foods.
African Leaders for Nutrition
Shifting the balance: getting the private sector to favour nutritious, affordable and accessible diets
Urgent action needed to tackle undernutrition, mineral deficiencies and escalating obesity.