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Using evidence to inspire action

Undernutrition is the underlying cause of death for 2.6 million children a year; a third of all child deaths. Transform Nutrition is a consortium of international research partners. Using research-based evidence we aim to inspire effective action to address undernutrition. Find out what we do.

Cows and milk markets in rural Ethiopia

Jiro Ose/Save the Children

Jiro Ose/Save the Children

This new publication Cows, missing milk markets and nutrition in rural Ethiopia by John Hoddinott et al looks at the dairy sector in rural Ethiopia and considers the nutritional impacts of cow ownership on households.

Strengthening public health nutrition in India

Surbhi Bhalla

Surbhi Bhalla

A new research brief from Transform Nutrition Strengthening public health nutrition in India has just been published. Written by our partners Public Health Foundation of India this briefing

summarises recommendations from their research for the role of higher education in tackling malnutrition in India.

 

Together for Nutrition 2014: Working Across Sectors to Improve Nutrition in India

Prasanth Vishwanathan/Save the Children

Prasanth Vishwanathan/Save the Children

Transform Nutrition and POSHAN are pleased to announce the conference Together for Nutrition 2014: Working Across Sectors to Improve Nutrition in India, which will be held October 29–30, 2014, in New Delhi, India. The conference is intended to bring together evidence that can inform and support current policy and program initiatives for nutrition that require cross-sectoral action by two or more sectors. You are invited to submit either implementation abstracts or research abstracts of your work to be presented at the conference by 25th April 2014.

Building on the momentum for nutrition

Stuart_GillespieTransform Nutrition CEO Stuart Gillespie blogs in The Guardian about the momentum created for nutrition in 2013 and why nutrition projects have the potential to improve the lives of vast numbers of children, as long as we learn from past successes and failures.