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Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2), 19-21 November 2014

Publications

The FAO has previously published a number of books and reports on topics relevant to ICN2, shown below, which can be used as background information for participants and stakeholders.

The Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) is jointly organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to take place at FAO Headquarters in Rome, from 19-21 November 2014. The first International Conference on Nutrition, organized by FAO and WHO, was held in 1992,...
Nutrition levels are not only an outcome of overall social and economic development, but also an essential input, impacting health, productivity and overall well-being. People who are malnourished have a weakened defence against disease, become ill more easily and more frequently and are less able to recover quickly and fully...
The Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) is a high-level ministerial meeting that will bring together senior national policymakers to propose a flexible policy framework to address today's major nutrition challenges and identify priorities for enhanced international cooperation on nutrition. Addressing malnutrition will require a multisectoral approach with participation from...
No matter how it is defined, nutrition is basically what we eat, the products of the food and agriculture sector. We can improve our diets, our health and protect our natural resources by working on the food systems – on how we produce, collect, store, transport, transform and distribute foods. The...
The Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) is well aligned with the Zero Hunger Challenge in its vision to eliminate hunger and malnutrition by improving diets and thereby raising levels of nutrition and to create a more sustainable, equitable food system. Both call for the commitment and participation of multiple...
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