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#TransformingNutrition: Ideas, Policies and Outcomes Short Course 2016

The 2016 #TransformingNutrition short course hostedpolicymakers and practitioners to learn new ways of thinking about malnutritionand solutions. It was convened by IDS and IFPRI as part of the TransformNutrition Research Programme Consortium.

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  1. Transforming Nutrition; Ideas, Policies and Outcomes 2016 short course
    Transforming Nutrition; Ideas, Policies and Outcomes 2016 short course
  2. Participants included policymakers, influencers and practitioners from across the world, coming from Governments, Bilateral and Multilateral agencies, NGOs, media organisations and think tanks. During the course they looked at the nature, causes and consequences of undernutrition and explored ways of addressing this.
  3. Practical sessions focused on helping participants build (their own and others’) leadership and commitment on nutrition, overcome barriers to implementation and draw on examples of country level-success.
  4. Transforming Nutrition; Ideas, Policies and Outcomes 2016 short course
    Transforming Nutrition; Ideas, Policies and Outcomes 2016 short course
  5. Transforming Nutrition; Ideas, Policies and Outcomes 2016 short course
    Transforming Nutrition; Ideas, Policies and Outcomes 2016 short course
  6. The week was also an opportunity for participants to become members of a new and growing network of nutrition leaders and champions, joining previous cohorts of the course to share practice and experience online and at special regional events.
  7. Through a collection of blog posts and interviews with participants and conveners, we captured some of the lessons learned and reflections from the short course, and how they intend to put them into action.
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