Working with global nutrition data
To learn more about the the use of data in nutrition analysis, read this post from Komal Bhatia (Institute of Development Studies, Brighton, UK) , Kamilla Eriksen (MRC Human Nutrition Research, Cambridge, UK) and Natasha Ledlie (International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington D.C.) who are all Data Analysts for the Global Nutrition Report.
more on nutrition data
- Improving agriculture and nutrition with open data
- L. Carolan; F. Smith; V. Protonotarios; B. Schaap; E. Broad; J. Hardinges; W. Gerry / The Open Data Institute 2015
- How can we improve agriculture, food and nutrition with open data? In this discussion paper, the Open Data Institute highlight examples of how open data is being used in different agriculture and nutrition contexts t...
- Measuring multiple facets of malnutrition simultaneously: the missing link in setting nutrition targets and policymaking
- P. Webb; H. Luo; U. Gentilini / Food Security 2015
- Attention to nutrition continues to grow. The recent surge in interest has included widening agreement on two major issues: first, nutrition goals cannot be achieved through targeted actions alone; nutrition-sensitive interventions ar...
- Food and Nutrition in Numbers
- Faostat, FAO 2014
- Overcoming malnutrition in all of its forms – caloric undernourishment, micronutrient deficiencies and obesity – requires a combination of interventions in different areas that guarantee the availability of and access to h...
- Global nutrition report: Actions and accountability to accelerate the world's progress on nutrition
- International Food Policy Research Institute 2014
- Malnutrition affects one in two people on the planet. Of these, 165 million children under the age of five are estimated to be stunted (i.e. low height for age). Two billion people are estimated to be deficient in one or more micronut...