A new report released this week calls for governments around the world to harness data to tackle global malnutrition issues.
The Global Nutrition Report 2017 – compiled by international stakeholders – is working to advance United Nations Sustainable Development Goal number two – to zero hunger.
“Ending malnutrition is one of the greatest investments we can make in the future of children and nations. As the Global Nutrition Report 2017 makes clear, good data is key to reaching every child – revealing who we are missing and how we can improve the coverage and quality of essential nutrition interventions for children, adolescents and women. Investing in robust data can help accelerate our progress towards our global nutrition goals – and all the SDG targets,” said Anthony Lake, Executive Director, UNICEF.
— Global Nutrition Report (@GNReport) November 3, 2017