Join us on 8 September as we bring together policymakers, donors and academics in our inaugural Action Against Stunting Day event. Together, these key actors can commit to promoting research and interventions to reduce stunting by 2025.

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#StandUpToStunting Last year, 149 million children under the age of five were stunted. Of these children, more than half live in Asia and a further 40% live in Africa. Some areas are worse affected than others. In South Asia and in Western Africa, 32% and 29% of children under five are stunted respectively. Some children are…

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This seminar will focus on the ongoing collaborative work across India, Indonesia, and Senegal to adapt a classroom observation grid (MELE) to measure key characteristics of classroom environments and educational quality.

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Statement on the £120m UKRI funding cut by Professor Claire Heffernan, PI of the Action Against Stunting Hub and Director of the London International Development Centre   Evidence-based intervention is key to reaching the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. The drastic UKRI budget cuts – announced on 11 March – are jeopardising our chances to…

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