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The role of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in tackling undernutrition has been on development and humanitarian professionals’ radar for more than two decades. Yet fully multi-sectoral approaches remain rare, despite undernutrition contributing to 860,000 preventable deaths a year in girls and boys under five. Ahead of World Toilet Day, marked each 19 November, experts and practitioners discuss how to turn this around by linking nutrition and WASH policies and implementation and overcoming barriers between sectors.
Sarah Cummings posted Information 19 October 2015

A new VOICES AND VIEWS article, published on Capacity4Dev to mark World Food Day on 16 October, describes how the EU has committed more than €8bn to finance programmes in ov

Sarah Cummings posted Information 8 September 2015

Published in the Huffington Post on 2 September, this article, written by the former President of Finland, argues that the challen

Sarah Cummings posted Information 15 September 2015

A blog post on ELDIS considers how the current draft of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) shape up with respect to nutrition.

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Organized by the Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement - CIRAD, the international scientific conference

Sarah Cummings posted Information 8 September 2015

This article, written by Biraj Patnaik and Stineke Oenema and published in SCN News No.

Sarah Cummings posted Information 30 March 2015

This discussion paper from Biovision: Foundation for Ecological Development, published in Jan

Sarah Cummings posted Information 15 October 2015

Despite its multifaceted nature, the debate surrounding food security over the last few decades has largely focused on production and on the challenges facing the agricultural system. Food security has also been directly associated with hunger, poverty and humanitarian aspects.

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