CSIS Post Discusses Public-Private Engagement In Global Nutrition

Center for Strategic & International Studies: Navigating the Labyrinth of Public-Private Engagements for Global Nutrition
Amy R. Beaudreault, research fellow at CSIS’s Global Food Security Project and Global Health Policy Center, highlights her experience attending Together for Nutrition, an executive short course held last month by the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN). She recounts discussions of public-private engagement in global nutrition, including the challenges of engaging the private sector in the nutrition field, the contribution of small- and medium-sized enterprises to profitable nutrition, the importance of evaluating funding sources for nutrition, and the lack of evidence-based recommendations for public-private engagement in global nutrition (8/1).

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