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A Career in International Development: Panel Discussion with Research Fellows from the Hub

LIDC and the Action Against Stunting Hub are holding an online career event for students with an interest in international development who want to find out more about a career in academia.

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Ready for school?

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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How to evaluate impact in intensely interdisciplinary research

CEDIL is hosting a webinar to bring together some Action Against Stunting Hub representatives and its research partners to look at how they tackle the question of evaluating the long-term impacts of their research.

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Is Covid-19 overshadowing India’s child malnutrition crisis?

In this webinar, Patralekha Chatterjee, award-winning journalist-columnist, will share her analysis of the fifth National Family Health Survey and explore how the Covid-19 pandemic might impact an already-fragile state of child nutrition.

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Statement on the £120m UKRI funding cut by Professor Claire Heffernan

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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Saving SDG2: Networking Event

A great opportunity to meet like-minded people and share your vision on challenges and solutions

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Forging a Solution to Environmental AMR in Kenya

The event will facilitate interactive peer discussions and knowledge exchange to explore local expertise for construction, installation, testing and maintenance of an innovative filter made from materials that are readily available in Kenya

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Launch in Senegal

Prof Babacar Faye interviewed by the press in Kaffrine.       The article was originally published on APS – Agence de Press Senegalaise in french. You can read it here.    Kaffrine: launch of a research program on malnutrition Kaffrine, March 1 – An international research project on malnutrition (UKRI GCRF Action Against Stunting…

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Nutrition needs joined-up thinking to weather food shocks

This article originally appeared on Sci.Dev.Net Newsletter. Sign up here! Nutrition needs joined-up thinking to weather food shocks By Gareth Willmer Cross-cutting strategies that tie nutrition to wider agricultural, health and social protection systems, the climate agenda and other UN sustainable development goals (SDGs) are needed to build more resilience against future shocks to food…

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Zero Hunger

Zero Hunger by Shareefa Energy   A mother rocks her child He sobs into her arms Hunger pangs Stomach pains Cupboards empty No goat stood outside for milk Waiting till the morning till the baker arrives 2 bread rolls with mayonnaise for breakfast 2 meals it will have to do Feeling alone, hope fading Noone…

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Saving SDG2: from innovation to action

This event will bring together a group of international leading experts in nutrition, food systems and health focusing on the SDG2 and its specific targets to further explore what the international community can actively do to tackle these issues

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Animal Source Food for Malnutrition Solution

In this webinar, we will share evidence on the role of animal source foods to solve undernutrition and strategies to improve the accessibility and affordability of ASF in low-income countries while minimizing the negative environmental impact of ASF production on the environment.