The drivers of poor nutrition are ever changing—people, cultures, food choices, social norms, business actions, national systems and even our global governance structures do not stay the same. Without innovation, responses will not adapt, need will not be met, and poor nutrition outcomes will not improve.
Innovations are rapidly expanding across other sectors, such as climate and technology, but this is not the case in nutrition. As such, the solutions climate for systemic problems relating to malnutrition is not evolving at a rate fast enough to meet demand.
Our aim is that we close the gap, working across sectors to accelerate solutions scaling, knowledge management, investment, and impact for nutrition.