#InvestInNutrition: Taking action to end the malnutrition crisis

Event Summary

Join us to learn about the unprecedented malnutrition crisis and what must be done to avert the looming disaster.

Event Details

The triple threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, conflict, and climate change has created an unparalleled malnutrition crisis that is threatening the lives of millions of women and children in low-and-middle income countries.

The completely preventable consequences of malnutrition are immoral and there has never been a greater and more urgent need for investment in nutrition to deliver proven solutions at scale and avert further human tragedy.

Featured speakers:
– Standing Together for Nutrition (Speaker TBC)
– WACI Health (Speaker TBC)
– Youth leader in nutrition (Speaker TBC)

There will be time to interact with other participants, plus a question-and-answer period to wrap it all up. We hope you will leave feeling motivated to take action to make sure that people everywhere have access to the nutrition they need to survive and thrive.

Here is what you can expect to learn:
-The magnitude and impact of the unprecedented malnutrition crisis and what will happen if immediate action is not taken.
-What can be done to reverse this malnutrition crisis and protect the health, rights, and dignity of millions in low-and-middle income countries.
-How you can take meaningful action ahead of the Nutrition for Growth Summit (Dec. 7 – 8) to be part of the solution.

*Disclaimer: This 1-hour webinar is in English only. Recording will be available in English.
This webinar is part of Results Canada’s interactive series of webinars organized throughout the year that will equip you with the skills to be an active advocate for eradicating poverty worldwide. Whether you’re new to advocacy or a seasoned volunteer, you will benefit from topics following two broad streams: skills expansion and issues knowledge.

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