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Scaling Up Dutch Efforts for Global

Nutrition Presentation by Lawrence


Haddad, IFPRI

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Assess Progress
Identify Actions
Improve Accountability

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Stakeholder Group
Independent Expert
Group
60 authors
80+ indicators, 193
countries
open access data
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Messages
1.Nutrition is a foundation for the SDGs
2.Malnutrition is a concern for all
countries
3.Multiple burdens are a new normal
4.Progress is slow globally but there
are some spectacular country advances
5.We need more ambition on targets
6.Scaling up is more possible than ever
7.Nutrition accountability needs
strengthening
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45%

of all
child
deaths
from
poor
nutriti
on
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The economics
is also
convincing

back for every $


invested in
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30 year
compound
rate of
interest
of 10%

% of median
income

..lost to
obesity in
workplace, USA

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But. the number of


times nutrition is
mentioned in 169 SDG
targets?

uno

one

un
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we need to intensify efforts to


embed nutrition more broadly in

The New
Normal of

countries
are dealing
with
undernutrition
&
we need to overweight/obes
ity
see

4
5

malnutrition
in

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Policy on Food System and


Diets becomes ever more
important
Hunger and
undernutri
tion

Food
System
and Diets

Overweight
, obesity,
NCDs

Sustainable
resource use
and climate
change
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f
f
o

s
i
d
l
r
e
o
s
w
r
u
e
co Stunting
Th

Wasting
Overweight
Anemia
Low birth
weight
Low

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But.. a number of
countries
are on course
for the WHA targets

69 - one or more
targets
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When
good
thing
s
align
...

Knowledge
Funding
Commitment
Coverage
Underlying
Trends

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Extraordinary things can happ

Maharashtra

nting fell from 37% to 24% in 7 ye


Economic
Growth
Poverty
reduction

Nutrition and
Health
Missions
Improved
Program
Performance
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Frontline
nutrition
staff
recruited
Nutrition
spending

The
nutrition
context
is highly
dynamic

New data
New modeling
New funding
New commitment

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We need
to increase
our
ambition on
the progress
we can make

2030 goals
must be more
than
business as
usual

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We need to speak to other


sectors about nutrition
in their language

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because big chunks of


government budgets go to
nutrition relevant sectors

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% of government budgets, Africa,


2010

We need to
hold
ourselves
to account

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Nutrition budget
commitments: untracked,
butcountries
not untrackable
These
have managed to
track nutrition budget commitments
Guatemala

Tanzania

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Zambia

Of the 168 Nutrition for


Growth commitments, % are..

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Donor N4G Commitments

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Nutrition is not exactly


prominent on Ministry of
Foreign Affairs Website

Only 2 out
of 27 items
were about
nutrition

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Analysis of 163 ICN2


Statements
Statementsfrom

Countrydelegates
CountryUnions
(e.g.UN,EU,African Union)
Civil society
Donors
Privatesector
Others
Total

Total number
of ICN2
statements

Number of
SMART
commitments

131
12

Number of
statementswith
SMART
commitments
15
2

9
3
4
4
163

1
0
0
0
18

1
0
0
0
37

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31
5

Donor
disbursement
s on
nutrition
have
increased
2010 2012
+ 30%

nutrition
specific

19%

nutrition

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but from a very low


base
Nutrit
ion
specif
ic
$0.5
bn
Nutrit
ion
sensit
ive

overseas
development
assistance
$135 bn
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2012
Disbursement
Numbers

Donor
Commitments,
2010-12, $m

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Donor
Disbursements,
2010-12, $m

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Netherlands Commitments,
$m

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Netherlands Disbursements,
$m

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Businesses that balance


short and long term
thinking

will help
grow markets and profits
promote the health of their
staff and their customers
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Progress Against
Nutrition 4 Growth
Commitments
(number of
commitments)

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1. Strengthen Accountability in
Nutrition
Improving data collection
Can mobile technologies help? Can
m-nutrition drive customers to
mobile services and reduce MNO
churn?
Gallup is working with FAO on
collecting data on hunger severity
(Voices of the Hungry).
Raises
profile of Gallup and generates
useful marketing information. Other
opportunities?

Proactively engage with


accountability mechanisms
to enhance reputation
ATNI (Access to Nutrition Index)
INFORMAS (documenting food
environments)
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Nutrit
ion
data
from
frontl
ine
worker
s

2. Improve Coverage of Nutrition


Interventions

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3. Think Long Term


Employees
First step to wider credibility: duty of care and
potentially your greatest advocates

Customers
No longer possible to credibly separate under and
overnutrition.
Good conduct in one will not
create space for less good conduct in the other.
Increase the purchasing power of future
customers--children who are not stunted today
will earn wages 48% higher as adults
The costs of increasing obesity are very high.
Obesity will lower Chinas GNP by 8.7% in 2025

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Strong
accountability
needs
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49

% of countries dont have


enough data to assess if on/off
course for 4 WHA indicators

40

% of most recent
child growth surveys
are over 5 years old

Glaring Nutrition Data


Gaps
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Missing Data for Northern and


Western European Countries

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Recommended Actions
1.Embed nutrition more strongly in SDGs
2.Develop more ambitious 2030 targets
3.Embrace complexity of multiple burdens
4.Relentless focus on coverage of
nutrition
specific interventions
5.Find resources outside the health
sector for nutrition sensitive
interventions
6.Invest in a nutrition data revolution
7.Be accountability champions

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Thank you

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