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Power of partnership conference: Presentation: Assessing the impact of the food system

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Power of partnership conference: Presentation: Assessing the impact of the food system on poverty, nutrition and health, & environmental sustainability in urban Ethiopia

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Power of partnership conference: Presentation: Assessing the impact of the food system

  1. 1. Assessing the impact of the food system on poverty, nutrition and health, & environmental sustainability in urban Ethiopia Mia M Blakstad1, Amare T Worku2, Nega Assefa2, Semira Abdelmenan2, Alexandra Bellows1, Rachel Zack1, Samuel Myers1, Kerstin Damerau1, Lilia Bliznashka1, Yemane Berhane2, Goodarz Danaei1, Wafaie W Fawzi1 1 Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, 2 Addis Continental Institute of Public Health
  2. 2. Policies and programmes Optimize diets Animal vs plant protein food production & consumption Childhood stunting Child mortality Changes in land use, water use, greenhouse gas emissions Adult mortality Years of life saved
  3. 3. Song M et al. Association of animal and plant protein intake with all-cause and cause-specific mortality. JAMA Intern Med. 2016;176(10):1453-1463. Pimpin et al 2018 (unpublished). Protein intake is associated with reductions in child stunting. The source of protein matters: plant protein is associated with a lower risk for adult mortality 
  4. 4. Environmental impacts of select protein source foods in Ethiopia
  5. 5. n=1050 households Children=1050 Male 540 Female 510 Women=1050 Men=635 n=40 markets Market survey=40 KIIs=14 1. To characterize patterns in animal and plant-based protein source food production, access, and consumption 2. To estimate the impact of protein plant and animal source foods on nutrition, health, and the environment 3. To model trends in protein production, access, and consumption on optimal (a) nutrition, (b) health and (c) the environment Literature review 1807 articles 112 included
  6. 6. Participant health status 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% Wasted Stunted Hypertensive Overweight or obese Underweight Children Men Women
  7. 7. Most commonly consumed foods by women and children, previous 7 days 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 women children %
  8. 8. Policies and programmes Optimize diets Animal vs plant protein food production & consumption Childhood stunting Child mortality Changes in land use, water use, greenhouse gas emissions Adult mortality Years of life saved

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