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.
A new webcast from the Society for Implementation Science in Nutrition (SISN) presents “An Integrative Framework for Implementation Science in Nutrition.”
A USAID report recently reviewed five case studies of successful scaling up of pro-poor agricultural innovations.
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.