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Global Nutrition Report Feb 20
Three reasons to : ✅Early nutrition interventions🔼adult wages by up to 50% ✅Children who escape stunting are 33% more likely to escape poverty as adults ✅Reductions in stunting🔼GDP by up to 11% in Asia & Africa For more, see👉
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World Bank Pubs Feb 22
isn’t just a rich-country problem -- 70% of obese adults live in low- and middle-income countries. What are the solutions? NEW report offers advice: ➡
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1,000 Days Feb 22
"The consequences of poor are too broad, too deep and too costly for society to ignore."
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World Bank 17h
affects 2 billion people around the world? Learn more:
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World Bank Research 2h
As lifestyles change around the world, developing countries face a new threat: excess weight and . Today, >70% of those who are overweight or obese live in the developing world. Learn more:
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World Bank Feb 17
affects 2 billion people worldwide and claims 4 million lives every year. How can we change this?
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World Bank Feb 18
is no longer a rich country problem. More than 70% of people who are overweight or obese live in low- and middle-income countries. Listen to the latest episode of the Development Podcast:
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World Bank Feb 21
Health care costs linked to obesity are rising around the world. What can help reverse this trend?
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Nutrition for Growth Feb 21
Q: Why ? A: Improved nutrition can save lives and grow economies—and nutrition investments are proven to have a high return on investment ⬇️
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Nutrition International Feb 18
At the workshop we discussed successful program approaches for strengthening health systems & improving access to health services and ways to sustain & scale up the best practices.
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Nutrition International Feb 19
2/2 At a recent stakeholder meeting we presented & discussed Behaviour Change Interventions that will educate people about the benefits of fortified wheat
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Dylan Walters Feb 19
Wow, amazing to see the ´Cost of Not Breastfeeding: Global Results & Tool’ paper to be #1 in downloads in 2019! Thanks ! Now for much needed advocacy, policy & investments!
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World Bank Health Feb 22
There’s a new trend. Developed countries traditionally had high rates. Watch how rates are now rising in , and . & discuss the research & solutions in
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World Bank Pubs Feb 18
If current trends continue, and increasingly will go hand in hand. What are the solutions? Learn more ➡️
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World Bank Feb 16
Even as they make great strides against stunting and starvation, developing countries face a new threat: and excess weight. Listen to The Development Podcast to learn more:
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Jigyasa Nawani Feb 20
Kudos to Haryana! More states should follow.
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Dominic Schofield 23h
An important signal from latest round-up of ag-food trendlines 2 watch? We still have a lot of work ahead to ensure that investments in food innovation include as a key element of food quality
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Jigyasa Nawani Feb 20
Nutrition, no doubt, needs more attention. Needs more investment
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Patrick Teixeira Feb 20
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Martin Short Feb 20
" children are more likely to experience , physical, and developmental impairments that can lead to reduced intellectual ability & school attainment" We must to accelerate 💪➡️
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