During the African Development Bank’s annual meetings in May, the importance of investing in nutrition to promote Africa’s “grey matter infrastructure” was highlighted as a game-changer in the continent’s development agenda.
The Compact2025 team conducted a literature review on the benefits of ending hunger and malnutrition, identifying four major areas of benefits: economic, health, social, and education.
Evidence of the cost of hunger and malnutrition is often presented to make the case for increased investment and commitment to address these serious challenges. But equally important to making this case – and perhaps less commonly cited – is evidence of the benefits of ending hunger and malnutrition. Prompted by suggestions from the Compact2025 […]
A new webcast from the Society for Implementation Science in Nutrition (SISN) presents “An Integrative Framework for Implementation Science in Nutrition.”
The World Food Program (WFP) has developed a four-year Country Strategic Plan with Bangladesh to strengthen and support the government’s efforts to achieve the SDG of zero hunger by 2030.