GAIN Experts Examine Linkages Among Water, Sanitation, Food Production, Nutrition

Chicago Council on Global Affairs: Guest Commentary: All Systems Go for Better Nutrition
As part of a new Chicago Council blog series titled “Uncharted Waters,” Greg S. Garrett, director of food policy and financing, and Sharada Keats, senior associate of policy and advocacy, both at the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), examine the linkages among water, sanitation, food production, and nutrition “through the lens of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) — and discuss efforts of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) and our partners to improve nutrition through better access to nutritious foods and clean water.” The authors outline three examples of GAIN’s current and prospective work on food, water, and nutrition, including mother and child nutrition, water for horticulture, and financing safe water enterprises (2/27).

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