IAEA’s Nutritional and Health-Related Environmental Studies Newsletter – Issue 11 (January 2020)
The 11th Nutritional & Health-related Environmental Studies Newsletter features the following articles.
- 4th Federation of African Nutrition Societies (FANUS) Conference
- Africa Day for Food and Nutrition Security (ADFNS)
- General Conference side events
- Nutrition workshop for SIDS Member States
- New Technical Cooperation Cycle
- Application of stable isotopes to understand the effect of environmental enteric dysfunction on protein metabolism and health outcomes
- Perspective: Creating the evidence base for nutritional support in childhood cancer in low- and middle-income countries: priorities for body composition research
- IAEA Support for the Use of Stable Isotope Techniques to Assess Micronutrients
- Toolbox to measure body fatness in children expanded in the European region
- Not all food proteins are equal: how nuclear techniques help to understand protein quality in low- and middleincome countries
- Combatting childhood obesity in Jamaica by strengthening nutrition assessment capacity
This edition also features a NAHRES Special article entitled Nutrition and Food Systems at the Climate COP in Madrid by the UNSCN.
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Read about our meetings and get inspired by some success stories on IAEA supported projects. A big accomplishment during the last months was the publication of the DBM symposium outputs; check them out. Moreover, don’t miss our news section, where you will find exciting information about the preparation of the new Technical Cooperation (TC) Cycle for 2022-2023. Finally, don’t miss the contribution made by UNSCN on the UN Climate Change Conference held in Madrid, Spain in December 2019.