This article illustrates the FAO/WHO Global Individual Food consumption data Tool (FAO/WHO GIFT) and how it serves a wide range of stakeholders to access and use dietary data.
This discussion paper provides an overview of dietary surveys conducted in LMICs from 1980 to 2019, analysing their key characteristics to understand the trends in dietary data collection across time.
The purpose of this report, produced jointly by the Food and Nutrition Division of FAO and the Intake Center for Dietary Assessment, is to take stock and celebrate the collection and use of dietary data in LMICs, and generate further momentum for investment in dietary surveys in LMICs.
This report provides a summary from the technical meeting jointly convened by FAO and the Intake Center for Dietary Assessment, on December 2019 at FAO headquarters, which brought together experts from 20 low- and middle-income countries.
FAO/WHO GIFT (Global Individual Food consumption data Tool): a global repository for harmonised individual quantitative food consumption studies
This paper presents the FAO/WHO Global Individual Food consumption data Tool (FAO/WHO GIFT), an open-access online platform providing access to harmonised individual quantitative dietary data, especially in low- and middle-income countries.
This leaflet presents the main objectives and outputs of FAO/WHO GIFT, which is an innovative, publicly-available global database providing critical evidence for understanding food consumption at the individual level.