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JENNIFER COATES, PHD
TUFTS UNIVERSITY FRIEDMAN SCHOOL OF NUTRITION SCIENCE AND POLICY
FAO-WHO INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON S...
DIET
AGRICULTURE
NUTRITION AND
HEALTH STATUS
ENVIRONMENTAL
SUSTAINABILITY
Individual level dietary data are critical for
e...
Recent, nationally representative, publically
available individual dietary surveys are lacking
Source: adapted from Pisa e...
Bottlenecks limiting availability, access, and
use of individual level dietary data
Time consuming
to prepare and
implemen...
Scaling up Food Consumption Data
Availability and Access
Increasing use of food consumption data
Regional
reach
Country
Reach
(2)
Global Reach
Burkina Faso and Bangladesh:
 Targe...
Increasing use of Food Consumption Data
Regional and Global
 Interactive guidelines and training materials
for individual...
Key Message
 Improved availability, access, and use of food
consumption data are vital to evidence-based
decision making ...
Thank You! E-mail: inddex@tufts.edu
Web: inddex.nutrition.tufts.edu
Twitter: @INDDEXProject
Beatrice Rogers, Tufts
Brooke ...
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Strengthening capacity for data-driven policy and programming decisions that promote healthy diets: the International Dietary Data Expansion Project (INDDEX), by Jennifer Coates, Associate Professor Feinstein International Center – Tufts University

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The International Symposium on Sustainable Food Systems for Healthy Diets and Improved Nutrition was jointly held by FAO and WHO in December 2016 to explore policies and programme options for shaping the food systems in ways that deliver foods for a healthy diet, focusing on concrete country experiences and challenges. This Symposium waas the first large-scale contribution under the UN Decade of Action for Nutrition 2016-2025. This presentation was part of Parallel session 3.1: Designing, implementing and monitoring evidence-based policies effectively with multiple actors"

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Strengthening capacity for data-driven policy and programming decisions that promote healthy diets: the International Dietary Data Expansion Project (INDDEX), by Jennifer Coates, Associate Professor Feinstein International Center – Tufts University

  1. 1. JENNIFER COATES, PHD TUFTS UNIVERSITY FRIEDMAN SCHOOL OF NUTRITION SCIENCE AND POLICY FAO-WHO INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS FOR HEALTHY DIETS AND IMPROVED NUTRITION ROME, DECEMBER 1-2, 2016 STRENGTHENING FOOD CONSUMPTION INFORMATION SYSTEMS TO PROMOTE HEALTHY DIETS: INDDEX PROJECT
  2. 2. DIET AGRICULTURE NUTRITION AND HEALTH STATUS ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Individual level dietary data are critical for evidence-based decision-making Source: Coates J and Herforth A, presentation to BMGF Grand Challenges Meeting, October 6, 2014. Inform food safety policy Monitor national food policies and plans Understand links between production and consumption Understand how local and wild foods contribute to adequate diets Understand differences in dietary intakes by age and sex Assess the sustainability implications of food choice Track progress toward the SDGs Monitor dietary shifts toward ultra-processed foods Calibrate Other Food Security Indicators
  3. 3. Recent, nationally representative, publically available individual dietary surveys are lacking Source: adapted from Pisa et al., Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2014
  4. 4. Bottlenecks limiting availability, access, and use of individual level dietary data Time consuming to prepare and implement Weak national & global research infrastructure Low capacity
  5. 5. Scaling up Food Consumption Data Availability and Access
  6. 6. Increasing use of food consumption data Regional reach Country Reach (2) Global Reach Burkina Faso and Bangladesh:  Targeted dietary assessment and ADePT/HCES training  Supported, collaborative process of implementing dietary intake surveys and analyzing data  Investments in key food consumption survey inputs  Decision-support through policy demonstration analyses
  7. 7. Increasing use of Food Consumption Data Regional and Global  Interactive guidelines and training materials for individual diet assessment  Revised ADePT software and guidance  Dietary data from FAO/WHO GIFT accessed through infographics and user-friendly interface  Regional virtual working groups  Decision-support through unifying indicator framework  Advocacy and demand generation
  8. 8. Key Message  Improved availability, access, and use of food consumption data are vital to evidence-based decision making for sustainable, healthy diets.  Until recently, low global investment and capacity has hindered widespread food consumption data collection.  A determined, multi-stakeholder coalition is breaking down bottlenecks to scale up global food consumption information systems.
  9. 9. Thank You! E-mail: inddex@tufts.edu Web: inddex.nutrition.tufts.edu Twitter: @INDDEXProject Beatrice Rogers, Tufts Brooke Colaiezzi, Tufts Winnie Bell, Tufts Cathleen Cissé, Tufts Zachary Gersten, Tufts Odilia Bermudez, Tufts Anna Lartey, FAO Warren Lee, FAO Catherine LeClerq, FAO Pauline Allemand, FAO Agnieszka Balcerzak, FAO Fabio Grita, FAO Carlo Azzari, IFPRI Jowel Choufani, IFPRI Jack Fiedler, (formerly IFPRI) Marie Ruel, IFPRI Shelly Sundberg, BMGF Ken Brown, BMGF Rosalind Gibson, Consultant Ruth Charrondiere, FAO Anna Vincent, FAO Nathalie Troubat, FAO Carlo Caffiero, FAO Anna Moltedo, FAO Cristina Alvarez, FAO Prosper Sawadago, FAO/Burkina Aristide Ongone Obame, FAO/Burkina Lalita Bhattacharjee, FAO/MUCH, Bdesh Naoki Minamiguchi, FAO-MUCH, Bdesh

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