UN Decade of Action on Nutrition

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In April 2016, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the resolution “Decade of Action on Nutrition”, described as a leap forward in galvanising international action on nutrition. The resolution invites governments to actively support its implementation, including the setting of national nutrition targets for 2025 and milestones based on internationally agreed indicators. An official launch was organised by the Government of the Republic of Uganda and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany in July 2016 as a side-event to the High-level Political Forum.

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Work Programme

SMART commitments

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The Work Programme is a living document and is being developed through a collaborative process.

First draft 27 January 2017 English

Work Programme 5 May 2017 English

Steps toward assisting countries in translating the 60 recommended actions of the ICN2 Framework into specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound (SMART) commitments for action.

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Developed by FAO and WHO

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UNSCN News 42: A Spotlight on the Nutrition Decade

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