Improving nutrition in developing countries means enabling poor people, and notably mothers and children, to adopt or maintain diets of sufficient nutritional value and to access healthcare and safe water.

Variety of fresh, whole unprocessed food; healthy nutrition, anti-inflammatory diet products, top view.

    This webinar aims to provide participants with practical advice on how to integrate nutrition into educational programmes. It will increase understanding around the linkages between the two sectors and how they can reinforce each other. The webinar is complemented by the Quick Tip on Education and Nutrition (available at Education and Nutrition | Capacity4dev (

    Duration: 90 min

    The webinar is open to all staff of EU Delegations and headquarters.

      This eLearning course will guide you through the steps required to design of a nutrition-sensitive agriculture and food system programme. By the end of the course, you will be aware of key issues to consider at each step and be equipped with tools to address them.

      Duration: 4H 30M

        Through this course, you will improve your understanding of the multisectoral causes of malnutrition, and gain new facilitation skills for successful participatory workshops.

        Duration: 1.5 hours

        Also available in: Français

          This e-learning course introduces the FAO Case study methodology for the analysis of critical food loss points. This method focuses on revealing and analyzing the multidimensional causes of losses in selected food supply chains, identification of critical loss points, and recommendation of feasible food loss reduction solutions and strategies.

          Duration: 6H 30M

            This course aims to develop capacities for designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating nutrition-sensitive food and agriculture policies, strategies, plans and programmes. It will guide you through the steps of a nutrition situation analysis.
            Duration: 3 h

              This eLearning course illustrates the linkages between agriculture, food systems, and nutrition, and describes existing opportunities for integrating nutrition into food system policies, investments, and programmes.

              Duration: 3 hours

                This short course addresses the basic terms and concepts relating to food and nutrition, malnutrition, food security and livelihoods.
                Also available in:  Français  Español

                Duration: 1 hour