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FAO/WHO GIFT | Outil FAO/OMS de dissémination de données individuelles de consommation alimentaire au niveau mondial

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Bienvenue sur la plateforme de dissémination FAO/WHO GIFT !

Cette plateforme est destinée à supporter les responsables politiques, les planificateurs de programmes, les personnels d’ONG ainsi que de nombreuses autres parties prenantes dans la prise de décisions éclairées aux niveaux global, régional et national dans les domaines de la nutrition et de la sécurité sanitaire des aliments. L’objectif de FAO/WHO GIFT est de rendre publiquement disponible des données individuelles quantitatives de consommation alimentaire existantes venant du monde entier et collectées aussi bien au niveau national qu’à plus petite échelle. La plateforme fournit des indicateurs alimentaires dans le domaine de la nutrition et de la sécurité sanitaire des aliments ainsi que des données brutes désagrégées.

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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 [...]
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 [...]
In December 2017, the SPRING Accelerated Reduction Effort on Anaemia (AREA) Community of Practice held a webinar on how the FAO/WHO GIFT platform may strengthen food-based approaches to reduce iron deficiency. The full webinar recording is available online. Iron deficiency is one of the primary causes of anemia, a condition [...]
Another round of webinars will be conducting this year with the aim to: 1. Provide an update on the status of collection, collation and dissemination of quantitative individual food consumption data activities in low and lower middle income countries; 2. Present the new prototype of the  FAO/WHO GIFT platform [...]
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy (the Friedman School) at Tufts University have entered into a collaboration aiming to increase our understanding of what foods and nutrients people are actually consuming around the world. Many [...]
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