MI and WFP discuss collaboration to reduce hunger at private sector roundtable

Today in Ottawa, Venkatesh Mannar, President of the Micronutrient Initiative (MI), and Elisabeth Rasmusson, Assistant Executive Director for Partnership and Governance Services, World Food Programme (WFP), hosted a roundtable to review how the private sector currently supports reducing global hunger and malnutrition as well as how to work more collaboratively in these efforts.

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MI President presents at McGill Conference on Global Food Security

Today, MI President Venkatesh Mannar presented a special keynote address at the McGill Institute for Global Food Security Conference, in Montreal, Québec. Mannar’s keynote address, “Improved Food Security with Nutrition: Collective Solutions, Limitless Benefits” highlighted the necessity of improving food security with nutrition and the importance of working together to achieve better results for the world’s
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MI collaborating with other Canadian NGOs to have global impact on improvements to maternal and child health

MI is participating at Impact 2025: Working together for Global Maternal, Newborn & Child Health, a Canadian symposium in Ottawa on Oct 3 and 4, hosted by the Canadian Network for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (CAN-MNCH). The life-saving work done by the 70 Canadian organizations that comprise CAN-MNCH will be highlighted as the groups share success
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Leading nutrition experts point way forward to save and improve millions of lives

Today in Ottawa, the Micronutrient Initiative hosted world renowned experts in nutrition to discuss Canada´s leadership role in tackling global undernutrition, with recommendations on how to deliver results faster to save and improve more lives. Chief Editor of the 2013 Lancet Series on Maternal and Child Nutrition and MI Board Member Dr. Robert Black was
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Lancet Series on Maternal and Child Nutrition Event

September 27, 15h-17h Eastern Time The 2013 Lancet Series on Maternal and Child Nutrition – a follow up from the ground breaking work of the 2008 series – reinforces that nutrition is crucial to both individual and national development. It recognizes the work done to date and points out that the nutrition agenda remains unfinished. The Series
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