Compact2025 and partners recently organized forums on accelerating progress to end hunger and malnutrition in Rwanda and breaking the cycle of food shortages and humanitarian responses in Malawi. These events followed up on roundtable discussions held in each country in 2016, to assess progress based on last year’s recommendations and develop plans of action in […]
The Bangladesh National Nutrition Council, chaired by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, approved the Second National Plan of Action on Nutrition 2016-2025 that was developed in collaboration with key stakeholders. Its goal is to improve the nutritional status of all citizens and reduce all forms of malnutrition, with a focus on children, adolescent girls, pregnant women […]
The latest episode of the Nourishing Millions podcast series features Catherine Bertini, professor at the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and Compact2025 Leadership Council Member. In this episode, Professor Bertini explains how education is central to creating opportunities for girls and women as key players in the effort to end hunger and malnutrition. Learn more […]
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.
A new webcast from the Society for Implementation Science in Nutrition (SISN) presents “An Integrative Framework for Implementation Science in Nutrition.”