Nutrition

Multimedia

Video

Launch of Decade of Action on Nutrition by Dr Margaret Chan, Director of WHO

Video [duration 00:3:17]


Stunting in a nutshell

Stunting in a nutshell

The video "Stunting in a nutshell" is an interactive version of the WHO conceptual framework on the Context, Causes and Consequences of Childhood Stunting.

FAO/WHO Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2)

The global food system is broken. Millions of people aren’t getting enough to eat, and millions of others are eating too much of the wrong foods. Many families can’t afford enough nutrient rich foods like fresh fruit and vegetables, beans, meat and milk, while foods and drinks high in fat, sugar and salt are cheap and readily available. Undernutrition and overweight are now problems affecting people within the same communities.

WHO: Choosing good nutrition - eLENA

Video [duration 00:07.08]
This video presents the WHO e-Library of Evidence for Nutrition Actions (eLENA) - an online library of evidence-informed guidelines for an expanding list of nutrition interventions

Promoting healthy growth and preventing childhood stunting video

Eleven contributing authors to each of the papers present, in their own words, key take-home messages for the reader. You can watch the video for the individual article summaries