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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.

Linking Health Systems and nutrition

Kim_SunnySunny Kim, Research Fellow at IFPRI writes from the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town (September 29-October 3, 2014), and asks 'How do the proposed actions from this conference bear on food and nutrition interventions, which are often delivered through health systems?'

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Call for research concept notes in Eastern Africa

CJ Clarke/Save the Children

Transform Nutrition are inviting outline proposals for studies of up to 24 months duration which will add to the evidence base on nutrition-relevant policy and action in Eastern Africa. Deadline is 21 November for short concept notes. See here for further information

Together for Nutrition 2014 is fast approaching

Prasanth Vishwanathan/Save the Children

The Together for Nutrition 2014: Working Across Sectors to Improve Nutrition in India conference will soon be upon us, October 29-30, in New Delhi . POSHAN and Transform Nutrition have been working hard to ensure the conference is informative and captivating. A call for abstracts led to 70 submissions and the best have been invited to present. Around 250-300 people are expected. The conference will serve as an important platform for learning and facilitating discussion around the challenging task of bringing diverse sectors together to improve maternal and child nutrition in India.  See here for a sneak preview of our exciting agenda.

 

Transforming Nutrition short course comes to India

Suzanne Lee/Save the Children

Following the success of the short course on 'Transforming Nutrition' which has been run at the Institute of Development Studies in Brighton for the last 3 years, a similar course will now be run in Delhi, India from 3-7 November 2014. The Centre for Chronic Disease Control and Public Health Foundation of India in partnership with the Transform Nutrition consortium are inviting applications now. Read the brochure for more information,