Data Without Dialogue

The undernutrition situation in India is persistent and devastating (Visit the Global Nutrition Report website for India's country profiles). Within India’s decentralised government system there are, however, numerous programmes aimed at addressing the underlying causes of undernutrition. Yet, the extent to which these programmes contribute toward improved nutrition outcomes is dependent on effective leadership at the >> Read more

POSHAN 2014 Update

Dear friends of nutrition in India, It’s hard to imagine that we’re already in February!  As we launch headlong into our work for the year, on behalf of POSHAN, I would like to thank you for being part of our nutrition journey in 2014! In the spirit of the prevailing ICYMI (“in case you missed >> Read more

Day 1 Reflections: Together for Nutrition 2014

We heard many rich presentations on Day 1 of the Together for Nutrition Conference on both global evidence and state experiences. I took away three overarching themes: 1. How interventions from other sectors are delivered matters We saw that it is not either/or in terms of direct nutrition interventions vs. those from other sectors. The >> Read more

Why We Need to Work ‘Together for Nutrition’

Stuart Gillespie, CEO of Transform Nutrition reflects on the "spectrum of collaboration options available" on day 1 of the 'Together for Nutrition 2014' conference in Delhi which is jointly supported by Transform Nutrition and POSHAN. "We have had a great first day, with a lot of energy and a richness and diversity in the experiences of >> Read more

Meeting Highlights Facilitators and Barriers to Nutrition Knowledge Sharing

In May 2013,  POSHAN brought together various networks that are working to mobilize research evidence on nutrition in India to discuss the factors that facilitate and inhibit stakeholder engagement in knowledge mobilization. At the meeting, contributors emphasized the following: It is essential that stakeholders believe in the principle and strength of knowledge mobilization and are >> Read more