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!
A study in Nature Sustainability finds that the greatest food security challenge in 2050 will be providing nutritious diets rather than adequate calories. Research priorities and policies should emphasize nutritional quality by increasing availability and affordability of nutrient-dense foods and improving dietary diversity. Additional highlights from this week’s Compact2025 News in Brief include: The African […]
The good news: Ending hunger and malnutrition received increased attention in key circles in 2018. The bad news: rates of undernutrition have been rising and threats from conflict and climate change have continued to grow. This week's Compact2025 News in Brief presents some policy developments, research findings, and major events we found most interesting. Thank you […]
“Accelerating the End of Hunger and Malnutrition”—the IFPRI-FAO global event—took place November 28–30 in Bangkok. This week’s Compact2025 News in Brief presents some of the highlights. The full program with exciting speaker videos and vibrant presentations is just a mouse click away!
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.