Podcast Episode 11: “Just 12 Spoons of Sugar” with Elisabeth Donaldson

Can we really rid the world of hunger and malnutrition in under a decade? The Nourishing Millions podcast series, undertaken in partnership with the University of Michigan School of Public Health, features the latest groundbreaking thinking about nutrition from top policymakers, researchers, and practitioners. Together, the episodes tell the story of how small and large >> Read more

Podcast Episode 10: “Does Money Really Talk?” with Akhter Ahmed

Can we really rid the world of hunger and malnutrition in under a decade? The Nourishing Millions podcast series, undertaken in partnership with the University of Michigan School of Public Health, features the latest groundbreaking thinking about nutrition from top policymakers, researchers, and practitioners. Together, the episodes tell the story of how small and large >> Read more

Podcast Episode 9: “Where Things Won’t Grow” with Corey Ellis

Can we really rid the world of hunger and malnutrition in under a decade? The Nourishing Millions podcast series, undertaken in partnership with the University of Michigan School of Public Health, features the latest groundbreaking thinking about nutrition from top policymakers, researchers, and practitioners. Together, the episodes tell the story of how small and large >> Read more

Podcast Episode 8: “Supersizing Big Agriculture” with Danielle Nierenberg

Can we really rid the world of hunger and malnutrition in under a decade? The Nourishing Millions podcast series, undertaken in partnership with the University of Michigan School of Public Health, features the latest groundbreaking thinking about nutrition from top policymakers, researchers, and practitioners. Together, the episodes tell the story of how small and large >> Read more

Podcast Episode 7: “On to the Road to 1 Billion” with Howdy Bouis

Can we really rid the world of hunger and malnutrition in under a decade? The Nourishing Millions podcast series, undertaken in partnership with the University of Michigan School of Public Health, features the latest groundbreaking thinking about nutrition from top policymakers, researchers, and practitioners. Together, the episodes tell the story of how small and large >> Read more

Podcast Episode 6: “Rise of the Dragon” with Shenggen Fan

Can we really rid the world of hunger and malnutrition in under a decade? The Nourishing Millions podcast series, undertaken in partnership with the University of Michigan School of Public Health, features the latest groundbreaking thinking about nutrition from top policymakers, researchers, and practitioners. Together, the episodes tell the story of how small and large >> Read more

Podcast Episode 4: “Can Nutrition Beat the Heat?” with Sam Myers

Can we really rid the world of hunger and malnutrition in under a decade? The Nourishing Millions podcast series, undertaken in partnership with the University of Michigan School of Public Health, features the latest groundbreaking thinking about nutrition from top policymakers, researchers, and practitioners. Together, the episodes tell the story of how small and large >> Read more

Podcast Episode 3: “The Private Sector Puzzle” with Lawrence Haddad

Can we really rid the world of hunger and malnutrition in under a decade? The Nourishing Millions podcast series, undertaken in partnership with the University of Michigan School of Public Health, features the latest groundbreaking thinking about nutrition from top policymakers, researchers, and practitioners. Together, the episodes tell the story of how small and large >> Read more

Podcast Episode 2: “From the Farm to the Schoolhouse” with Catherine Bertini

Can we really rid the world of hunger and malnutrition in under a decade? The Nourishing Millions podcast series, undertaken in partnership with the University of Michigan School of Public Health, features the latest groundbreaking thinking about nutrition from top policymakers, researchers, and practitioners. Together, the episodes tell the story of how small and large >> Read more

Compact2025 curates resources, highlights lessons for accelerating nutrition improvement

Compact2025’s Knowledge and Innovation Hub features a collection of curated knowledge products—including key publications, multi-media presentations, toolkits, and more—on how to accelerate progress towards ending hunger and undernutrition. Updated regularly, these resources highlight lessons learned for improving nutrition and feature innovative thinking on how to address the challenges of hunger and undernutrition. For example, a >> Read more

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