In order to realize lifelong health and wellbeing, nutrition services must be promoted in an integrated way with maternal and child health services in the first 1,000 days. With the growth of children, it is important to create an environment that overcomes malnutrition by providing cross-sectoral nutritional interventions not only at home but also in communities, schools, etc. Based on this idea, we will discuss the ideal way of nutritional services mainly for mothers and children, as well as the sharing of issues and countermeasures to verify and promote the possibility of nutrition education ("Shokuiku" in Japanese) and school feeding that promote the establishment of healthy eating habits.
- Dr. Marika Nomura, Senior Advisor, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
- Ms. Esi Foriwa Amoaful, Director of Nutrition, Ghana Health Service
- Ms. Grainne Mairead Moloney, Senior Nutrition Advisor, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
- Prof. Boyd Swinburn, Professor, University of Auckland
- Dr. Mejeenov Purevjav, Vice director of Scientific Affairs, Mongolian University of Science and Technology
- Ms. Haika Malleko, Coordinator, Scaling Up Nutrition Business Network Tanzania