Improved nutrition and health system-level outcome: Progress, achievements, results

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Presented by John McDermott (IFPRI) at the CGIAR Knowledge Day, Nairobi, 5 November 2013

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Improved nutrition and health system-level outcome: Progress, achievements, results

  1. 1. Improved nutrition and health Progress achievement, results Nairobi, 5 November 2013
  2. 2. Improved Nutrition and Health Improved nutritional status STUNTING MICRONUTRIENTS Improved diet quality (food consumption; diet diversity) Improved health status DALYs Empowerment of women and poor communities Better cross-sector policies, programs and investments Reduced exposure to causes of agassociated disease FOOD IMPACTS AT SCALE HEALTH RISKS Staples Perishables Diets in systems Program Implementers Gender Policy/Investment Food Safety Intensification Poverty/Health CGIAR Strategic Goals IDOs CGIAR & Partner Research Portfolio
  3. 3. 5. Women’s control over resources Participation in program Technology adoption 2. Sources of income Household income 3. Food prices Food expenditure Diet composition 7. Women’s own nutrition and health 1. Source of food 4. Non-food spending Caloric, protein, and micronutrient intake Nutritional status 6. Women’s time and caring practices Source: Ruel and Alderman, 2013; Gillespie et al, 2012; Masset et al, 2012
  4. 4. Implementers Enablers Private Sector
  5. 5. 2011 2007 Sweet Potato Provitamin A Uganda Mozambique 2012 2012 2003 Discovery 2008 Development Cassava Provitamin A DR Congo, Nigeria 2012 Pearl Millet Iron (Zinc) India Beans Iron (Zinc) DR Congo, Rwanda 2013 Rice Zinc Bangladesh, India Maize Provitamin A Zambia Wheat Zinc India, Pakistan 2013 2013 Delivery 2018 *GOAL: delivery-atscale to 25 million people from 8 target countries
  6. 6. Photo credits, clockwise from top left: FAO/J.Domenech, CIAT/N.Palmer, and IITA
  7. 7. Social Protection Direct Nutrition Interventions Agriculture and Food Gender Water and Sanitation Photo credits, clockwise: Flickr/newbeatphoto (top row), CIAT/N.Palmer, DFID/Russell Watkins, CIAT/N.Palmer
  8. 8. Photo credit: Jemimah Njuki

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