Volume 04 - May, 2019
4 Ways Our Partnerships Work
To maximize the time spent creating GDD, and to minimize roadblocks in disseminating it worldwide, we rely on these key types of synergistic partnerships with global organizations.
GDD Fast Fact
Our most recent round of data collection retrieved nearly 300 survey-years of dietary data in children around the world.
Meet Our Corresponding Members
Prof. Pulani Lanerolle from Colombo, Sri Lanka talked to us about the unique challenges facing urban and low- and middle-income areas ‒ and how the solutions differ from other populations around the globe.
Meet our Partners: Global Panel
Representing the Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition, Director Prof. Sandy Thomas OBE details the importance of engaging with government to design actionable and effective nutrition-based policies.
The Life of a GDD Survey
As we near our next model release later this year, we're finalizing all of our individual-level dietary intake data – an extremely time-consuming task. Here's a look into the multiple steps we take to ensure our inputs are of the highest possible quality.
We're Partnering with These Organizations to Expand Our Impact
As the GDD project progresses, our partnerships with organizations around the world get increasingly important. Here's the current list of our partners either using or contributing to GDD data and helping to increase its impact globally.