At least one in nine people will go hungry today, yet 2.6 billion are overweight or obese globally.

Countless individuals also experience ‘hidden hunger’ due to a lack of micronutrients.

For many, a nutritious diet is simply unavailable or unaffordable.

We believe that everyone has the right to access healthy food and that global malnutrition can be resolved through equity, collaboration, knowledge sharing and technology. Led by cutting-edge academic research, we look to benefit vulnerable families and communities on-the-ground, as our education programmes train frontline healthcare and nutrition professionals throughout the world.

 

Together, through interdisciplinary partnerships, we can improve food and health systems – from production through to consumption, and beyond into healthcare – to change behaviours and facilitate sustainable improvements in global nutrition.

HIGHLIGHTS

International Academy of Nutrition Educators


Join a global membership network that provides mentoring and career opportunities for you to develop and deliver high quality nutrition education. - Learn more about IANE




E-Learning Platforms


Learn all about nutrition and health right from your own room through our online platform! - Check out the NNEdPro Virtual Learning Environment - Check out our podcasts




iKANN Portal


A repository of educational strategies, educational resources and education research that is open-access and available for use by stakeholders in all parts of the world. - Learn more about iKANN




Annual Flagship Educational Events


Immerse yourself in this experience and enjoy the opportunity of learning from the best in the field. - Learn more about the Summer School - Learn more about the Summit





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mobile Teaching Kitchen initiative

More than 1.5 million people live in 3500 unregistered slums in Kolkata, India. Most of these are temporary with one room per family and no access to proper sanitation or clean water. 

 

Our Mobile Teaching Kitchens conduct nutrition education workshops in slums where they serve as a community hub for malnutrition screening and prevention, health promotion and disease prevention. They aim to support mothers with limited resources to achieve the best nutrition for their children and families.

Help us raise ESSENTIAL SUPPORT FOR OUR CHAMPIONS IN URBAN SLUMS
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BMJ Nutrition, Prevention and Health is now accepting submissions