Investing in Nutrition: First-Ever Analysis Provides a Price Tag and Financing Scenarios

Results for Development
Results for Development
Publication Date:
7 November 2017
Africa, Children and Youth, Nutrition, Sustainable Development

A groundbreaking study outlining how much donors and governments need to invest in nutrition - along with financing scenarios that suggest how costs could be divided equitably among donors and governments - to drive significant progress toward achieving four of the six World Health Assembly Global Nutrition Targets, specifically those focused on alleviating stunted growth, wasting and anemia, and increasing exclusive breastfeeding.


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