Advancing and implementing nutrition knowledge to improve health, wellbeing and society
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I-KANN-25: A Case Study from India
We are an award-winning, interdisciplinary think-tank, training academy and knowledge network anchored in Cambridge which provides a centre for global excellence. Our principal hubs are in Cambridge, London, Ulster and Parma. Our international networks, including regional hubs, extend from North America, through Africa and South Asia to Australasia. We work via strategic partnerships and key collaborations, and also offer membership of our academy. Our aim is to improve nutrition-related health outcomes by training professionals, strengthening research, implementing solutions and addressing inequalities, in line with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals and Decade of Action on Nutrition 2016-2025.
Established originally as a University-based project group in 2008, we were subsequently constituted as an independent non-government education and research organisation, which along with the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Group, is responsible for co-founding BMJ Nutrition, Prevention and Health. We have key affiliations with academic institutions, including the University of Cambridge, through which we deliver flagship educational courses and actively undertake collaborative research, particularly via senior academic appointments held by our leadership. Our group holds associate membership of Cambridge University Health Partners, providing an important interface with the healthcare sector. We are also closely allied with specialist organisations, such as the British Dietetic Association, which provides access to Dietetic expertise, overall business support and governance oversight to our operations.
Congratulations to Eden Barrett, PhD student from the University of Wollongong and co-supervised by NNEdPro, has been awarded an Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship.
We have just launched a crowd-funding campaign to support our Teaching Kitchens in the urban slums of Kolkata and their sustainability.
The Teaching Kitchens aim to enhance health and wellbeing for women, children and families in urban slums.
If you would like to donate to this project, please click here.
CN Article: I-KANN-25: A Case Study from India
New CN Article: Turning a Terrific Two - NNEdPro Australia and New Zealand Network
We are pleased to announced that we have officially launched two teaching kitchens in the urban slums of India.
CN Article: NNEdPro Wins MNI Award
NNEdPro have just completed our annual week 'down under'! To read more about our travels through Singapore, Brunei and Australia, please click here