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Last year, the publication of the Global Nutrition Report 2014 marked the first-ever comprehensive look at the enormous scale of malnutrition, the measures being taken to combat it, and the need for further action. Now, the Global Nutrition Report 2015: Actions and Accountability to Advance Nutrition and Sustainable Development continues the emphasis on accountability established in the first report and documents whether countries, donors, companies, and other stakeholders have carried out the investments and actions to which they have committed themselves. But the 2015 report also incorporates new features, including analysis of concurrent child stunting and wasting in some countries, a greater focus on obesity and noncommunicable diseases, and more nuanced evaluations of countries’ progress on meeting global nutrition targets. Looking beyond the nutrition sector, the report also identifies opportunities to advance nutrition through climate policy, food systems, and business.

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