The establishment of new development goals in 2015 represents a massive opportunity for nutrition. Patrick Webb argues it is time nutrition becomes top policy priority.
The Global Panel was invited to speak at the High-Level Policy Dialogue on Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture in Nigeria held on 17 March 2015 in Abuja, Nigeria.
Mahabub Hossain and Jeff Waage were invited to speak on behalf of the Global Panel at the Economist conference ‘Quality vs quality: food and nutrition security for 9 billion people’.
Missed the Biofortification policy brief launch? Find all the resources here including powerpoint presentations.
The Global Panel launches its policy brief on biofortification today at the United Kingdom’s Parliament.
Join us on Monday 2nd February, 6:00 – 8:00 in London for the launch of our policy brief on Biofortification.
As we start a new year, Patrick Webb takes stock of the flurry of new reports and research findings during 2014, which carry important messages and policy implications for people working at the interface of nutrition, food systems and agriculture.
Patrick Webb argues that the promotion of climate smart agriculture represents an opportunity for agriculture to be more nutrition smart than in the past – a four-way win for all.
The recently concluded Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) in Rome, Italy, identified nutrition-sensitive agriculture as one of the priorities in the quest to end global hunger and malnutrition by 2025.
The Global Panel’s first technical brief “How can Agriculture and Food System Policies improve Nutrition?” was launched at the Panel’s ICN2 side event. It shows 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.