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Why saying ‘let’s empower women’ is not good enough

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On 21 February 2017, Ms. Gerda Verburg, Scaling Up Nutrition Movement Coordinator and Assistant UN Secretary-General met Thomson Reuters to share the key lessons from her personal and professional life. Highlighting why, the perspectives of women are imperative and crucial to achieving sustainable development. Saying ‘let’s...

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Accelerating Progress to End the Inappropriate Promotion of Foods for Infants and Young Children – By HKI’s ARCH Project

  |   Blogs, SUN Civil Society Network

It’s been one year since the World Health Assembly (WHA) adopted Resolution 69.9—a call for countries to implement the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Guidance on Ending the Inappropriate Promotion of Foods for Infants and Young Children to further protect breastfeeding, prevent obesity and chronic disease,...

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Back to the storyboard – By Stuart Gillespie

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This blog by Stuart Gillespie was originally featured on the Transform Nutrition website and reflects on the special edition of the Global Food Security Journal on Stories of Change. What knowledge is needed to ride a bike? Is it enough to have a manual?  Of course not… you...

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Breaking the cycle – by Neil Buhne

  |   Blogs, SUN Country Network

STUNTING in Pakistan is a tragedy of epic proportions; a tragedy that we can, and must, overcome. Nearly half of Pakistan’s children — 44pc — suffer from stunted growth (National Nutrition Survey 2011). This is the third highest number of stunted children in the world....

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