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On Tuesday the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) revealed that a stark proportion of the world’s children are not receiving adequate nutrition, with half of all children under-five lacking essential vitamins and nutrients in their diets for proper development.  The agency’s Senior Advisor for Infant and Young Child Nutrition says the figures from UNI ...…
 
Dr Jack Bell is an advanced dietitian, a conjoint Principal Research Fellow with University of Queensland and Metro North Hospital Health Service, and a current MRFF TRIP Fellow. As an implementation scientist, Jack currently works with teams across Queensland and Canada to implement systematised, interdisciplinary malnutrition care in hospital ...…
 
This week is National Malnutrition Awareness Week. It may be something you write off as something that doesn’t happen here in our community, but it is an older adult crisis. Brenna Waldschmidt, Clinical dietitian with SSM Health discusses malnutrition.By 1310 WIBA (WIBA-AM).
 
When we hear the word "malnutrition", we tend to think of lack of food in developing countries and communities suffering from extreme poverty. However, malnutrition can be caused by more than just a lack of food - and it could be happening right under your nose in your own home! Let's discuss the causes and symptoms of malnutrition, as well as ...…
 
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Speaker: Leonard Wantchekon, Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton UniversityHow can information be harnessed to improve rural service delivery and governance? The articles in the new special issue ( https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/world-development/special-issue/10HB9DTV77Q ) of the journal World Development on “Info ...…
 
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Speaker: Neha Kumar, Senior Research Fellow, IFPRIHow can information be harnessed to improve rural service delivery and governance? The articles in the new special issue ( https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/world-development/special-issue/10HB9DTV77Q ) of the journal World Development on “Information, Governance, and Rural Service Delivery, ...…
 
Speaker: David K. Evans, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development (CGD)How can information be harnessed to improve rural service delivery and governance? The articles in the new special issue ( https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/world-development/special-issue/10HB9DTV77Q ) of the journal World Development on “Information, Governance, an ...…
 
Speaker: Katrina Kosec, Senior Research Fellow, IFPRIHow can information be harnessed to improve rural service delivery and governance? The articles in the new special issue ( https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/world-development/special-issue/10HB9DTV77Q ) of the journal World Development on “Information, Governance, and Rural Service Delive ...…
 
Moderator: Rajul Pandya-Lorch, Director, Communications and Public Affairs & Chief of Staff in the Director General's Office, IFPRIHow can information be harnessed to improve rural service delivery and governance? The articles in the new special issue ( https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/world-development/special-issue/10HB9DTV77Q ) of the j ...…
 
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Discussant: Simeon Ehui, Director, Sustainable Development, Africa, The World Bank GroupGhana’s Economic and Agricultural Transformation ( https://doi.org/10.2499/9780198845348 ) reveals that despite over 30 years of continuous growth in per capita income and rapid urbanization, Ghana has not industrialized and most of its workers remain trappe ...…
 
Discussant: Edward Brown, Senior Director of Research & Policy Engagements, African Center for Economic Transformation, GhanaGhana’s Economic and Agricultural Transformation ( https://doi.org/10.2499/9780198845348 ) reveals that despite over 30 years of continuous growth in per capita income and rapid urbanization, Ghana has not industrialized ...…
 
Moderator: Peter Hazell, Independent ConsultantGhana’s Economic and Agricultural Transformation ( https://doi.org/10.2499/9780198845348 ) reveals that despite over 30 years of continuous growth in per capita income and rapid urbanization, Ghana has not industrialized and most of its workers remain trapped in low productivity work in agriculture ...…
 
Speaker: Danielle Resnick, Senior Research Fellow, IFPRIGhana’s Economic and Agricultural Transformation ( https://doi.org/10.2499/9780198845348 ) reveals that despite over 30 years of continuous growth in per capita income and rapid urbanization, Ghana has not industrialized and most of its workers remain trapped in low productivity work in ag ...…
 
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Speaker: Xinshen Diao, Deputy Division Director, Development Strategy and Governance Division, IFPRIGhana’s Economic and Agricultural Transformation ( https://doi.org/10.2499/9780198845348 ) reveals that despite over 30 years of continuous growth in per capita income and rapid urbanization, Ghana has not industrialized and most of its workers r ...…
 
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Opening remarks: Rajul Pandya-Lorch, Director, Communications and Public Affairs Division; & Chief of Staff, Director General's Office, IFPRIGhana’s Economic and Agricultural Transformation ( https://doi.org/10.2499/9780198845348 ) reveals that despite over 30 years of continuous growth in per capita income and rapid urbanization, Ghana has not ...…
 
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