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Como assumir compromissos SMART de ação em prol da nutrição: Relatório sobre a nutrição mundial nota de orientação

O Relatório sobre a Nutrição Mundial, um mecanismo independente de responsabilização voltado para o progresso e a ação em prol da nutrição, convoca todas as partes interessadas a assumir compromissos SMART de ação em prol da nutrição — isto é, compromissos…

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The new challenge: End all forms of malnutrition by 2030

It is a formidable challenge. Every country is facing a serious public health challenge from malnutrition (IFPRI 2014). One in three people is malnourished in one form or another (IFPRI 2015a). Malnutrition manifests itself in many forms: as children who do…

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The global nutrition landscape: Assessing progress

As discussed in chapter 1, setting targets is one manifestation of political commitment. Countries have already made a series of commitments to attain global nutrition targets by 2025 (Panel 2.1). For maternal, infant, and young child nutrition, the 2012 World…

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Taking aim: Progress on setting nutrition targes

Through the world health assembly (wha), countries have signed onto global nutrition targets, and as chapter 2 shows, one way to track countries’ progress is to apply these global targets to the national level. Yet targets that countries set for themselves are…

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Progress against and nature of the 2013 nutrition for growth comments

On june 8, 2013, the governments of the united kingdom and brazil, and the children’s investment fund foundation (ciff) hosted a summit in London titled “Nutrition for Growth: Beating Hunger through Business and Science” (known as N4G). The objective of the…

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Taking action: Progress and challenges in implementing nutrition policies and programs

To be effective, commitments to action must be implemented and enforced. The implementation of policies and interventions depends on converting political commitment to practical action. How are governments and other stakeholders doing in implementing policies…

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Meeting the need: Financing to attain targets

Commitment without funding represents unfulfilled good intentions. If nutrition-promoting actions are to be implemented and targets met, they need to be financed. Financing for nutrition comes from governments (domestic), from international sources—the…

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Measuring progress in attaining targets

To guide, track, and learn from our efforts to reduce malnutrition, we require credible, timely, and useful data on nutrition outcomes and inputs. In the era of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the amount of data available to assess progress in…

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