We are delighted to announce that the Minister of Agriculture of Bangladesh, Muhammad Abdur Razzaque has joined the Compact2025 Leadership Council. He joins a distinguished group of champions for ending hunger and malnutrition that provide strategic guidance to Compact2025 at global and country levels. As one of four focal countries of the Compact2025 initiative, Bangladesh continues to be committed […]
Evidence-based decision making for nutrition policy and programming is critical to accelerate progress. In Ethiopia, the EU-backed National Information Platform for Nutrition (NIPN) supports this process by revisiting existing data and information to answer policy questions and to inform decision making. Ethiopia’s NIPN, established in 2018, is hosted by the Ethiopian Public Health Initiative (EPHI). […]
With valuable contributions from over 600 participants in Bangkok, we explored a wealth of proven and potential accelerators to end hunger and malnutrition. Dive into the synopsis of the global event, which covers key topics from the wide ranging conversations on how to accelerate progress.
Over three days, our talks highlighted the challenges we face, the opportunities for progress, and the resolve of the global community to accelerate the end of hunger and malnutrition. See the highlights video to find out more!
We can end hunger and malnutrition by 2030, but only if we accelerate progress. The IFPRI-FAO global event on Accelerating the End of Hunger and Malnutrition looked at ways we can all speed up progress to achieve food security, nutrition, and many Sustainable Development Goals.