Researchers at the University of Toronto have compiled extensive data on a large-scale, Canadian-led program to improve maternal and child health in Africa and Asia. The research will provide a mid-term window into the program’s progress and will help guide its implementation over the next two years. Dr. Khadija Begum is the research coordinator for evaluation of the partnership, which is called Enhancing Nutrition Services to Improve Maternal and Child Health (ENRICH) and is funded by $47 million from the Government of Canada.
May 3 / 2019
A global collaboration that includes the University of Toronto and spans dozens of organizations working toward better nutrition and health for women and children has been honoured with a Canadian partnership award. Enhancing Nutrition Services to Improve Maternal and Child Health (ENRICH) is a five-year project funded by $47 million from the Government of Canada, and which aims to improve health and nutrition in Asia and Africa.
Apr 23 / 2019
Canada’s largest food and beverage manufacturers could aim higher to improve nutrition, reduce obesity and prevent chronic disease, according to a new report by University of Toronto researchers. The study is the first to evaluate Canada’s biggest food and beverage companies based on their policies and commitments to sell healthier products.
Mar 20 / 2019
A new collaboration between Nutrition International, the University of Toronto and the Campbell Collaboration will strengthen the availability and use of high-quality, gender-sensitive data to improve nutrition for women, young children and adolescent girls in low-income countries.
Feb 14 / 2019
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“To stem Canada’s epidemic of chronic disease, we must shift our focus from treatment to prevention.”
Dr. Mary L’Abbé,
Department of Nutritional Sciences’
Earle W. McHenry Professor and Chair