The 21st International Congress of Nutrition: From Sciences to Nutrition Security will take place October 15–20 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Sessions will highlight issues including biofortification and scaling up nutrition-sensitive agricultural innovations. A session on using implementation research to improve multisectoral programs will draw lessons from experiences around the world, including programs in three Compact2025 focal countries: Bangladesh, Ethiopia, and Malawi.
Additional highlights from this week’s Compact2025 News in Brief include:
- New report reviews nutrition policy in Bangladesh and gives an historic overview on the process by which the National Nutrition Policy was developed, formulated, and adopted.
- The Global Fortification Data Exchange is an analysis and visualization tool that provides you with free access to data on food fortification.
- The Committee on World Food Security (CFS) convenes for its 44th plenary meeting October 9–13 in Rome, Italy.