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Unmissable – The 2017 Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals: a new visual guide to data and development

In Over-nutrition, Under-nutrition on April 20, 2017 at 7:48 am
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from the World Bank website

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The 2017 Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals: a new visual guide to data and development.

<!– /sites/all/themes/blogs/templates/header/js/jquery-1.4.4.min.js –>The World Bank is pleased to release the 2017 Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals. With over 150 maps and data visualizations, the new publication charts the progress societies are making towards the 17 SDGs.

The Atlas is part of the World Development Indicators (WDI) family of products that offer high-quality, cross-country comparable statistics about development and people’s lives around the globe. You can:

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals and their associated 169 targets are ambitious. They will be challenging to implement, and challenging to measure. The Atlas offers the perspective of experts in the World Bank on each of the SDGs.

Global Nutrition Report 2014

In Over-nutrition, Under-nutrition on November 18, 2014 at 4:19 pm

November 13, 2014 by

The first-ever Global Nutrition Report provides a comprehensive narrative and analysis on the state of the world’s nutrition.

Download the 2014 Global Nutrition Report

More information:

WFP: Introducing the CARI (Consolidated Approach for Reporting Indicators of Food Security) | VAM Resource Center

In Under-nutrition on April 7, 2014 at 8:45 am

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The Consolidated Approach for Reporting Indicators of Food Security (or CARI)  is a WFP method used to analyse and report the level of food insecurity within a population.

Under the CARI approach, each surveyed household is classified into one of four food security categories.  This classification is based on the household’s current status of food security (using food consumption indicators) and their coping capacity (using indicators measuring economic vulnerability and asset depletion).

Instead of rambling on about the CARI here, we recommend you check out these resources below:

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