Chicago Council Blog Series Discusses Links Between Clean Water, Nutrition, Gender Equality
Chicago Council on Global Affairs’ “Global Food for Thought”: Uncharted Waters: From Chicago to Uganda, Clean Water is Key to Good Nutrition
As part of the Chicago Council’s ‘Uncharted Waters’ blog series, Roger Thurow, senior fellow for Global Food and Agriculture at the Chicago Council, discusses the link between access to clean water and nutrition outcomes (3/19).
Chicago Council on Global Affairs’ “Global Food for Thought”: Guest Commentary — Putting Nutrition at the Center of Collective Action
As part of the Chicago Council’s ‘Uncharted Waters’ blog series, Stineke Oenema, UNSCN coordinator, and Ivan Kent, deputy director at the Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition, discuss the role nutrition plays in human development and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and in particular, “the nexus between water, sanitation, and nutrition” (3/18).
Chicago Council on Global Affairs’ “Global Food for Thought”: Guest Commentary — Gender Equality & Clean Water Access: A Two-Way Street
As part of the Chicago Council’s ‘Uncharted Waters’ blog series, Razaq Fatai, research assistant for Global Policy at the ONE Campaign, discusses the link between gender equality and access to clean water, writing, “In order to address the challenges women and girls face in getting water today and improve access to clean drinking water for everyone, policymakers must implement policies and programs delivering on the human right to clean water and sanitation, and do so in a gender-responsive way…” (3/18).
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