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Policies to Support Investment Requirements of Indonesia's Food and Agriculture Development during 2020-2045
This report provides analysis and policy recommendations on the investments needed in Indonesia’s agriculture sector to boost food security and enhance economic development.
Ending Hunger in Asia and the Pacific by 2030: An Assessment of Investment Requirements in Agriculture
This report analyzes the impacts of agricultural challenges in Asia and the Pacific. It also identifies investments required in different subsectors to achieve food security in the region by 2030.
Supporting the development, implementation, monitoring and assessment of national nutrition policies and progammes is one of the core activities of the WHO Department of Nutrition for Health and Development (NHD). Monitoring of country progress is being done through the use of the Global database on the Implementation of Nutrition Action (GINA). GINA provides a repository of policies, actions and mechanisms related to nutrition. It is an interactive platform for sharing standardized information on nutrition policies and action, i.e.
Facing the global nutrition challenges, the World Health Organization (WHO) teamed up with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) to design, under the guidance of the Department of Nutrition for Health and Development (NHD), a Nutrition Knowledge Hub.
By building the technical and functional capacities of all relevant staff at WHO through e-learning courses and key nutrition-related training and knowledge materials, the Nutrition Knowledge Hub aims to contribute to the acceleration and increase of the nutrition impact at the country level.
This video presents eLENA - an online library of evidence-informed guidelines for an expanding list of nutrition interventions. eLENA is a single point of reference for: latest nutrition guidelines and recommendations; scientific evidence supporting the guidelines; statements on biological, behavioural and contextual rationale; commentaries from invited experts; and related information.
The WHO e-Library of Evidence for Nutrition Actions (eLENA) is an online library of evidence-informed guidelines for an expanding list of nutrition interventions. It is a single point of reference for the latest nutrition guidelines, recommendations and related information such as: available scientific evidence supporting the guidelines; biological, behavioural and contextual rationale statements; and commentaries from invited experts.
Water security has emerged as a major theoretical framework in environmental governance and resource management. An insecure supply of clean water and safe access to freshwater and sanitation raises the dangers of economic disruption, social tension, and even conflict over water resources at both the domestic and international levels. These dangers are highest where water is scarce and governance (at local, national or international levels) is poor.
The Agriculture-Nutrition Community of Practice (Ag2Nut CoP) is a global network of professionals working on issues pertaining to the intersection of agriculture and nutrition. The group is informal, and facilitates the sharing of information as well as networking among participants. The need for this community arose in June 2010 when several people discovered that they were writing policy briefs for their respective institutions on how to link agriculture and nutrition.
The Nutrition and Climate change eGroup is an ad hoc online discussion forum, created with the aim of bringing a nutrition lens into climate change issues and increasing the participation of interested sectors to discuss how this can be achieved and what the priorities are. This eGroup also identifies opportunities for the nutrition agenda and weaknesses that hinder the participation of nutrition in such debates. It also aims to influence the agendas of the research community and the traditional nutrition donors.