Twenty years ago, representatives from different member states met in Rome to declare their united commitment to address global food insecurity and undernutrition.
This Fall is an especially important time for setting ambitious goals on nutrition—and holding actors accountable for promises made over the last year and a half.
Yesterday I marched with over 300,000 people in New York, protesting against the weak global response against climate change so far. But why was I marching on an environmental issue when my work is to manage health and nutrition advocacy?
From Monday onwards, Presidents and Prime Ministers will arrive in New York City for the annual United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). Among the issues they will grapple with is how to make progress on fixing a new set of development goals.
For World Humanitarian Day, Sabrina de Souza, Nutrition Advocacy Coordinator at RESULTS UK, discusses severe acute malnutrition -- a condition that often occurs during humanitarian crises, but is increasingly being seen in non-emergency settings as well.
On June 20, civil society representatives gathered in Rome at the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) headquarters for a dialogue on preparations for the Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2). Manaan Mumma was one of three civil society delegates who inputted into the discussions.
It's been almost one year since June 8, 2013 – a day when the world celebrated the success of a global summit to raise funds to fight the leading killer of the world's children.