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We support the EU global commitment to end hunger, achieve food security and improve nutrition through a dedicated, reinforced science-policy interface and a fostered inter-policy dialogue.

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ONLINE RESOURCE | 14 December 2020
The recurrent, protracted and complex nature of many crises re-enforces the importance of developing longer-term interventions that address humanitarian needs as well as development and peacebuilding challenges. Resilience is the ability...
ONLINE RESOURCE | 14 December 2020
Food assistance is provided in anticipation of, during, and in the aftermath of a humanitarian crisis. Its objective is to save lives and livelihoods to avert emergency rates of acute malnutrition or detrimental...
ONLINE RESOURCE | 14 December 2020
Undernutrition, acute or chronic, is a medical condition that mostly affects women and children under 5 years of age. Wasting, stunting and micronutrient deficiency are features of undernutrition...
ONLINE RESOURCE | 14 December 2020
Poor nutrition affects the most vulnerable, particularly children and women, the poorest and the least educated; these are the people who stand to gain the most from improved nutrition...
ONLINE RESOURCE | 14 December 2020
The EU is the biggest development actor in food and nutrition security, providing substantial financial and political support. We help our partner countries strengthen the resilience of vulnerable...