Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition

Founding Year: 2002

Staff: 100

Budget: $53m

The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition/GAIN
(2002; Geneva; 100+Staff;

It was “launched at the UN in 2002 to tackle the human suffering caused by malnutrition” with an aim to transform food systems to make “healthier food choices more affordable, more available, and more desirable.” This is done to  “improve nutrition outcomes by improving the consumption of nutritious and safe food for all people, especially the most vulnerable.”


Leadership: Lawrence Haddad (Executive Director)
Budget: $53m (2014)

Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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