Having the Tools to End Malnutrition is not Enough
Complex policy, rigid institutional barriers, and economic limitations impact every aspect of global malnutrition.
The Eleanor Crook Foundation invests in thoughtful policy analysis to examine current systems and approaches and explore ways to improve them.
ECF’s policy portfolio explores questions such as:
How do global or national systems and policies need to change to respond to emerging malnutrition research findings?
As advocates make the case for greater global attention to the fight against global malnutrition, what reforms are required to ensure every dollar is spent to the greatest degree of impact?
We work with partners to explore policy questions big and small. We think it is critical to explore small but meaningful adaptations that could deliver a big impact. We support beyond-the-horizon thinking about the future of global health and a future free of the global scourge of malnutrition.
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New Philanthropic Coalition Announces Over $1 Billion in Commitments to End Malnutrition
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
Joint statement by UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore and CEO of the Eleanor Crook Foundation William Moore ahead of World Food Day
Global Development Groups and Officials, Members of Congress Convene on Bold Bipartisan Proposal for U.S. Leadership on Malnutrition Ahead of World Food Day
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