Making Global Malnutrition Infamous
Currently, malnutrition causes nearly half of all child deaths worldwide, but funding to fight malnutrition accounts for less than one percent of Official Development Assistance. We’re committed to changing that by supporting robust, evidence-based, and creative advocacy to make the case for more investment and better policies on behalf of the world’s most vulnerable.
ECF primarily supports advocacy efforts in the United States and the United Kingdom, which are the two largest donors for global nutrition.
advocacy portfolio engagement tactics
Mobilizing Diverse Champions and Influential Voices
Creating & distributing compelling communications collateral
Deploying public awareness campaigns to inspire action
The advocacy we support is diverse, but one thing is clear: our partners share our outrage that malnutrition continues to rob millions of children of their futures each year.
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More on ECF's Advocacy
Florida Members of Congress and Leading Nutrition, Agricultural, and Health Experts Convene at Summit to Discuss State’s Efforts to Strengthen Global Food Security and Nutrition
New Multisectoral Program in Ethiopia Brings Together The Power of Nutrition, the Eleanor Crook Foundation, The END Fund, and Rotary International to Tackle Malnutrition
Global Development Groups Urge U.S. Leadership To End Malnutrition Across Globe with Launch of Mobile Billboard In Nation’s Capital
Journalists from Kenya, India, Nigeria Recognized for Exemplary Reporting on Malnutrition
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