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3 TRACKS with sessions running throughout the week centred around key WFP priority themes where internal and external speakers will illustrate how data has the potential to step-change how we think and why understanding data is a key enabler to WFP delivering against its SDG objectives. 

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Thursday, November 30 • 14:00 - 14:45
GROW: Using Data to Understand Malnutrition and Diets in Cambodia

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Drivers of malnutrition come in all forms and shapes. To grasp the relationship that underpins malnutrition characteristics and the specific environment they are found in, a true data deep-dive is required: From panel surveys, academic journals, VAM data and grey literature, data forms the backbone of every Fill the Nutrient Gap Analysis and the questions asked in the process: What proportion of the population can afford a diet that provides the nutrients required to prevent malnutrition? Which vulnerable groups are the most expensive to meet nutrient needs for? How does the cost of a nutritious diet change if unhealthy snacks are consumed regularly – as found by research? What is the impact of home gardens on affordability of a nutritious diet? 
This presentation will visualize how Fill the Nutrient Gap Analysis has used different sources and types of data to inform a comprehensive picture of the nutrition situation in Cambodia and interventions to improve it.

Speakers
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Giulia Baldi

Regional Social Protection Advisor, WFP
Giulia Baldi is an Italian national, with fifteen years of experience in programme and policy-related work on nutrition, health, social protection and food security with the United Nations, i.e. WFP and UNICEF, in various humanitarian and development contexts.  Prior to her current... Read More →


Thursday November 30, 2017 14:00 - 14:45 CET
Aula Delegatis