New partnership between the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) and HarvestPlus seeks to expand access to biofortified crops to one billion people
The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) and HarvestPlus announced today a new partnership to bring the benefits of biofortified crops to one billion consumers.
2018 World Food Prize recognises advances in nutrition
The Lancet recognises the achievements of Lawrence Haddad and Navid Nabarro in advancing nutrition. On October 18, the two laureates will be presented with the 2018 World Food Prize in Des Moines, USA.
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SUN membership is relevant for ALL countries, no matter their income level. Here’s why.
Since 2010, the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement has inspired a new way of working collaboratively to end malnutrition–in all its forms. And yet, 1000 days into the SDG era, no high-income country has become a member of the SUN Movement. Lawrence Haddad, GAIN’s Executive Director, shares his thoughts on the matter.
Nutrition Africa Investor Forum to help raise finance for high-impact nutrition businesses in the continent
Over 200 delegates, including dealmakers, entrepreneurs and investors will meet at the Nutrition Africa Investor Forum (NAIF) on October 16-17, in Nairobi, Kenya, to explore partnerships, access business finance and enter new markets.
Food Safety and Healthy Diets: Docking, Colliding or Passing in the Night?
Lawrence Haddad, GAIN’s Executive Director, reflects on the role of food safety as a necessary but not sufficient condition for healthy diets.
Vatican Workshop Addresses Food Safety and Healthy Diets
The Pontifical Academy of Sciences – with support from the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), is convening the “Workshop on Food Safety and Healthy Diets” in Vatican City 12 -13 September 2018.
Demand for healthy food can only grow
The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) works to make healthier food choices more affordable, available and desirable across the world. Its Executive Director explains to Tom Collins how governments and the private sector can work together to boost nutrition in Africa.
Tackling Malnutrition in Haiti: Challenges, Resilience and Hope
Hidden hunger remains a significant public health challenge in Haiti. The RANFOSE project – a joint initiative by the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) and the Partners of the Americas – aims to increase the availability of high-quality, fortified staple foods across the country and expand the local production and importation of fortified foods.