The assessment, which is based on UN Food and Agriculture Organization and World Food Programme missions to the country last month and in November 2018, concluded that the reduced harvest, coupled with increased post-harvest losses, has led to an uncovered food deficit of 1.36 million metric tons after considering the commercial import capacity of the country.
Double-duty actions are public health interventions, programmes and policies that have the potential to simultaneously reduce the risk or burden of both undernutrition and overweight, obesity or diet-related non-communicable diseases.

To date, in 54 countries anaemia and obesity in women are of public health concern. Please join us in the next webinar as we discuss how our community can consider shared drivers and solutions towards developing stronger integrated programmes in these countries.

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3 May 2019 at 9:00 EDT

As the call for universal coverage of public health interventions gains momentum, we need to ask: are anaemia prevention programmes doing enough to improve women's health? Is there a space for double duty actions?
Double-duty actions are public health interventions, programmes and policies that have the potential to simultaneously reduce the risk or burden of both undernutrition and overweight, obesity or diet-related non-communicable diseases.

To date, in 54 countries anaemia and obesity in women are of public health concern. Please join us in the next webinar as we discuss how our community can consider shared drivers and solutions towards developing stronger integrated programmes in these countries.

Register here.