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close this bookEnding Malnutrition by 2020: An Agenda for Change in the Millennium - Final report to the ACC/SCN by the commission on the nutrition challenges of the 21st century (ACC/SCN, 2000, 104 p.)
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View the documentExecutive Summary: Main Messages of the Commission Report
Open this folder and view contents1. Recent Progress
Open this folder and view contents2. Global Nutrition Challenges: A Life-Cycle Approach
Open this folder and view contents3. Societal Issues Underlying Malnutrition: Implications for Progress
Open this folder and view contents4. Food, Agriculture and Environment: Future Challenges
Open this folder and view contents5. Food, Nutrition and Human Rights
Open this folder and view contents6. Vision and Goals for the Future
Open this folder and view contents7. Establishing a New Agenda for Change
View the documentAnnex 1: The Establishment and Membership of the Commission
View the documentAnnex 2: Existing Nutrition Goals which Should be Maintained, Developed or Refined
View the documentAnnex 3: Ending Undernutrition in India by 2020
View the documentAnnex 4: Issues to be Considered by Regional and National Meetings
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Ending Malnutrition by 2020: An Agenda for Change in the Millennium

Members of the Commission

Philip James, UK - Chairman
Kaare R. Norum, Norway
Suttilak Smitasiri, Thailand
M.S. Swaminathan, India
Julia Tagwireyi, Zimbabwe
Ricardo Uauy, Chile
Mahbub ul Haq, Pakistan (died 16 July 1998)

February, 2000

We dedicate this report to the late Mahbub ul Haq, a member of our Commission who inspired us with his vision and reminded us that too often it is the lack of intellectual courage rather than the lack of wisdom which holds us back from reaching up to what the future could achieve.

Richard Jolly, Chairman of the ACC/SCN played a pivotal role in supporting this initiative and substantial editorial help was provided by Sonya Rabeneck and her staff in the ACC/SCN Secretariat.

Detailed research for the Commission was undertaken by
Karen McColl, Ann Ralph and Nina Seres. Colette Backwell and Jean James
provided additional help.

This publication may be reproduced without prior permission of the Commission but please attribute to the Commission or to the ACC/SCN.

The findings, interpretations and views expressed in this Report are entirely those of the Commission and do not imply endorsement, nor necessarily reflect official policy or positions of the member agencies of the United Nations ACC/SCN or its Secretariat.