News

MI, World Bank partner to support nutrition investments around the world

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Earlier this year, the World Bank published Incentive Mechanisms to Accelerate Improved Nutrition Outcomes, a ground breaking report that provides important guidance for its staff to incentivize countries to implement effective nutrition interventions with better outcomes for their populations.
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MI and WFP renew partnership to improve nutrition for women and children in developing countries

Ramiro Lopes da Silva, WFP Assistant Executive Director (left) and Joel Spicer, MI President and CEO, signed a Letter of Understanding renewing the two organizations' partnership to improve nutrition and food security for vulnerable people globally.

MI and WFP signed a Letter of Understanding renewing their partnership to improve nutrition and food security for vulnerable people globally.
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Field Stories

In India: Empowering frontline healthcare workers to be champions of nutrition

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Meet Kalindi Tripathi, an auxiliary nurse midwife in India who is key to implementing sustainable health changes for women.
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Against all odds, an Indian mother becomes a community health champion: the story of Shilpa Sharma

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Shilpa Sharma was inspired to become a health activist in her community, dedicating her life to serving other women and their young children – no matter the difficulties ahead.
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From the Experts

It’s time to prioritize nutrition as a basic human right

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Our From-the-Experts blog reflects on World Food Day and highlights why a human rights based approach to nutrition is necessary.
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Improving nutrition so all children can survive and thrive

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A conversation with Greg Reinhart, M.S., Ph.D., Vice President of Research and Nutrition, The Mathile Institute.
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Events

Address by MI President and CEO Joel Spicer at the Micronutrient Forum Global Conference Opening Ceremony

Focusing on women and girls is the key to faster progress toward ending malnutrition – and better nutrition is essential for the health, rights, and empowerment of more than 1 billion women and girls that suffer from malnutrition.vvvvv

MI President and CEO Joel Spicer spoke at the Micronutrient Forum Global Conference opening ceremony in Mexico on Oct. 24, 2016.
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Call-to-action for participants at global nutrition conference

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Call to action on women’s and girls’ nutrition by MI President and CEO Joel Spicer during the Micronutrient Forum Global Conference.
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