144/1038 - ‘Fill the Nutrient Gap’ with ‘Cost of the Diet’ to inform Nutrition Policy and Programming

Organized by: World Food Programme (WFP) & Save the Children
Track 3: Public Health Nutrition and Environment
Sunday 15 October 14.00 - 18.30 h. Room 9 - Retiro A

Introduction to the Fill the Nutrient Gap (FNG) approach to situation analysis and decision making


Dr. Saskia De Pee

World Food Programme. Rome. Italy.

Implementing the FNG - in-country process and data sourcing


Giulia Baldi

World Food Programme (WFP). Italy.

Contributions of FNG analysis to country policies and programs


Felix Pensulo Phiri

Department of Nutrition HIV and AIDS. Malawi.

To be confirmed (El Salvador)

To be confirmed (Cambodia)

Muhammad Aslam Shaheen

SUN Focal Point. Planning Commission. Pakistan.

What can Cost of the Diet analysis tell us?


Assumpta Ndumi Ngombalu

Save the Children. Kenya.

How is a Cost of the Diet analysis conducted?


Dr. Amy Deptford

World Food Programme (WFP). United Kingdom.

Modeling with Cost of the Diet and informing FNG analysis


Indira Bose

World Food Programme (WFP). Italy.

Reflections on FNG from collaborating institutions


Prof. Kathryn G. Dewey

University of California. Davis. USA.

See biography

Dr. Emorn Udomkesmalee

Senior Advisor, Institute of Nutrition. Mahidol University. Thailand. Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. USA.

See biography

Dr. Jef Leroy

International Food Policy Research Institute. USA.

Natalie Roschnik

Save the Children. United Kingdom.