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.”
Partnerships are critical for accelerating progress toward ending hunger and malnutrition. To this end, leaders from Turkey and Africa met in Antalya, Turkey on 27-28th at the 1st Agriculture Ministers Meeting and Agriculture Business Forum to share experiences and increase cooperation, trade, and investments. The theme for the Ministers Meeting was “Turkey-Africa Partnership on Rural […]
Diverse diets are important for good nutrition. In Malawi, where maize makes up over half of typical diets, improving dietary diversity may help accelerate improvements in nutritional outcomes. Improving nutrition in the country is key, as 37 percent of children are stunted and 47 percent are deficient in Vitamin A. Agriculture produces the food we […]