Welcome to discussion room on "Nutrition Integration".
Since 2017, WFP has led a transformative agenda to establish and sustain effective integration of nutrition into multiple systems and sectors to improve diets and address the underlying causes of malnutrition. WFP has developed and applies guidance and tools that establish minimum requirements and opportunities for integrating nutrition and promoted assessment/evidence-based analysis (Fill the Nutrient Gap) and monitoring and evaluation for nutrition integration. As a result, there is a stronger nutrition focus of WFP’s delivery and enabling work. This cross-cutting approach requires that nutrition is an integral part of analysis and planning across all elements within each of the systems/sectors such as design and delivery, capacity and workforce, governance, information systems, technology and finance. WFP’s contribution to nutrition outcomes through this nutrition integration approach should contribute to healthy diets and good nutrition for millions of vulnerable households.
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