• I. INTRODUCTION
  • II. WHY NUTRITION SHOULD BE HIGHER ON THE POLITICAL AGENDA OF THE EU AND MEMBER STATES?
  • CONSEQUENCES OF UNDERNUTRITION
  • UNDERNUTRITION A REFLECTION OF POOR GOVERNANCE AND HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
  • UNDERNUTRITION AND WORLD FOOD PRICES FLUCTUATION
  • III. THE NATURE OF UNDERNUTRITION AND IMPLICATIONS
  • IV. EU ADDED VALUE WITHIN THE CURRENT DONOR ENVIRONMENT
  • KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DONOR ENVIRONMENT
  • EC’S POSITIONING, STRENGTHS AND COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE
  • V. INTERNAL PRIORITIES FOR ACTIONS
  • VI. PRIORITIES FOR ACTION IN PARTNERSHIP/ COLLABORATION WITH OTHERS
  • ANNEXES
  • ANNEX 1: ACRONYMS
  • ANNEX 2: GLOSSARY
  • ANNEX 3: THE 36 COUNTRIES WITH CHILDHOOD STUNTING PREVALENCE ≥ 20% COVERING 90% OF THE 178 MILLION GLOBALLY ESTIMATED NUMBER OF STUNTED CHILDREN
  • ANNEX 4: FRAMEWORK OF THE RELATIONS BETWEEN POVERTY, FOOD INSECURITY, AND OTHER UNDERLYING AND IMMEDIATE CAUSES TO MATERNAL AND CHILD UNDERNUTRITION AND ITS SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES
  • ANNEX 5: INTERVENTIONS WITH DEMONSTRATED IMPACT ON MATERNAL AND CHILD UNDERNUTRITION AMONGST ‘TRADITIONAL’ NUTRITION PROGRAMMES
  • ANNEX 6: PRIORITIES FOR ACTIONS ACCORDING TO THE COPENHAGEN CONSENSUS 2008 CHALLENGE PAPER