Nutrition Connect aims to empower public and private sector actors to collaborate so together we can identify innovative solutions, form novel partnerships and share good practices that drive investment and action to improve nutrition.
This open-access platform is intended to mobilise knowledge, share experiences, and stimulate dialogue on public private engagement (PPE) for nutrition. It is a safe space for engagement to connect people; facts and understanding; and evidence and action. We are committed to sharing high-quality, credible and objective information with practitioners interested in exploring PPE for nutrition so they can make informed decisions based on the best-available resources.
All resources have been curated for stakeholders from government, business, civil society and academia with the aim to inform and inspire collaboration so safe and nutritious foods are available, accessible and desirable to everyone, everywhere.
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Public private engagement (PPE) has the potential to help governments deliver on their targets, harness the power and reach of businesses, and reduce the financial and health burdens that are linked to poor diets, but only if designed, implemented and evaluated carefully. Learn more about our approach, and why we focus on PPE to help tackle the challenges of malnutrition.
We review all content to assess its quality and relevance, as well as its contribution to learning, provenance and risk with the aim of providing high-quality, curated content to the food, nutrition and wider development and business sectors. Read more about our editorial approach, selection criteria and our commitment to accountability and transparency.
Each year, Nutrition Connect will hold an open call to identify an external panel to review the content of the site, and our adherence to the policies and aims we have set out. The review panel will produce a report with recommendations, which will be made publicly available. Read the 2020 review.
Nutrition Connect is part of a programme at the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) on Making Markets Work to Improve the Consumption of Safe and Nutritious Foods. See who funds this work.
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