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Project Title:

Application of Methodological Approaches to Global Harmonization of Nutrient Intake Recommendations for Young Children and Women of Reproductive Age
PIN: HMD-FNB-16-06        

Major Unit:

Health and Medicine Division

Sub Unit: Food and Nutrition Board

RSO: Yaktine, Ann

Subject/Focus Area: Agriculture; Biology and Life Sciences; Food and Nutrition; Health and Medicine


Project Scope
An ad hoc commitee will be convened to review and assess methodological approaches to developing nutrient intake recommendations using the evidence presented and discussions that took place in the workshop, Methodological Approaches to Global Harmonization of Nutrient Intake Recommendations. The committee will use a case-study approach to demonstrate the application of a methodological approach for deriving nutrient intake recommendations using a selected nutrient and generate recommendations for methodological approaches to achieve a uniform and consistent basis for setting nutrient intake recommendations for young children and women of child-bearing age across countries. A report will be prepared, reviewed, and published in accordance with institutional guidelines.

 
Project Duration: 6 months    

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Meetings
 Meeting 1 - 08/23/2017
 Meeting 2 - 09/20/2017
 Meeting 3 - 09/21/2017
 Meeting 4 - 10/06/2017
 Meeting 5 - 10/20/2017
 Meeting 6 - 10/31/2017
 Meeting 7 - 11/13/2017
 Meeting 8 - 11/14/2017

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