"This general finding – that #women's power is associated with better #nutrition – is increasingly being woven into recommendations on how to make interventions for social protection, #agriculture, #education and water and sanitation more sensitive to improving nutrition."

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After making huge gains in beating child hunger and undernutrition, civil society and the government in Brazil now have a greater challenge - tackling an obesity epidemic

From child hunger to obesity: Brazil's new health scourge

women farmers

During the first and second world wars, Britain set up Women’s Land Armies to take over farms and keep the country fed.

Interventions to end hunger and malnutrition often focus on women. Our panel explore why. Sponsored by Gain

9 reasons why gender matters when improving global nutrition

Contrary to what many believe, studies from Peru and India show stunting can be reversed in later childhood, writes Andreas Georgiadis

Can stunting be reversed? Yes, and Peru is showing us how

Contrary to what many believe, studies from Peru and India show stunting can be reversed in later childhood, writes Andreas Georgiadis

Nepal has joined the UN’s Zero Hunger Challenge. But with nearly a third of children under five underweight, the pressure is on to reach the goals by 2025, writes Juliette Rousselot

Nepal has joined the UN’s Zero Hunger Challenge. But with nearly a third of children under five underweight, the pressure is on to reach the goals by writes Juliette Rousselot

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"too young for wedding organization" photo exhibition at UN

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