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FAO/WHO GIFT | Global Individual Food consumption data Tool

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FAO/WHO GIFT: Better data, better policies, better diets

Providing tailored answers for health, nutrition and agriculture policies.
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FAO/WHO GIFT Webinars in Spanish: We are growing!

A webinar session in Spanish will take place on the 6th of August 2019 to walk users through the new features of the FAO/WHO GIFT platform. In the webinars, participants will be able to: Share suggestions on new indicators which could be developed; Learn about the plans for the further developments of the...
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EFSA Webinar: “The FoodEx2 classification system and guidance on its harmonised use”

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) held two webinars on the use of the FoodEx2 classification system in September and October 2018. FoodEx2 is a comprehensive food classification and description system aimed at covering the need to describe foods in a harmonized way. The system was first developed by EFSA...
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UN Network for SUN webinar series: “Using Harmonized Individual Quantitative Food Consumption Data: An Introduction to FAO/WHO GIFT”

The FAO/WHO GIFT platform was presented to a wider audience in the UN Network for SUN webinar series in March 2018. This series of webinar presented the concepts underlying the development of FAO/WHO GIFT and guided participants through the use of the platform. Participants were introduced to the platform in...

Welcome to the FAO/WHO GIFT dissemination platform!

This platform aims at supporting policy makers, program planners, NGO staff and many other stakeholders in taking informed decisions at country, regional and global level in the area of nutrition and food safety. FAO/WHO GIFT's mission is to make publicly available existing quantitative individual food consumption data from all countries around the world, collected through both large nationwide surveys and small scale surveys. The platform provides food-based indicators in the field of nutrition and food safety as well as microdata.

Are you a data owner?

Please contact fao-who-gift@fao.org if your institution is interested in sharing individual quantitative food consumption data through FAO/WHO GIFT.