The politics of reducing malnutrition: building commitment and accelerating progress: research brief

This research brief was based on a paper in the The Lancet series on Maternal and Child Nutrition

Abstract

In recent years, political discourse on the challenge of undernutrition has increased markedly at both national and international levels and led to stated commitments on the part of many national governments, international organisations and donors. We now find greater harmonisation among stakeholders with regard both to their understanding of the main causes of malnutrition, as well as the various options for addressing it. The core question that we address in this paper is: “how can enabling environments and processes be cultivated, sustained and ultimately translated into impact on the ground”?

This research brief was based on paper 4 of The Lancet series on Maternal and Child Nutrition which was partly funded by Transform Nutrition Programme

Citation

Stuart Gillespie. The politics of reducing malnutrition: building commitment and accelerating progressTransform Nutrition, Research Brief 03, April 2014

The politics of reducing malnutrition: building commitment and accelerating progress

Published 1 April 2014