Roger Thurow’s interactive piece “The First 1,000 Days and Beyond” follows the triumphs and tragedies of mothers and their children battling malnutrition from pregnancy to age 2.
Chicago Council on Global Affairs
In 2003, Ethiopia experienced widespread famine, stunting the growth of many children. Roger Thurow tells the story of Hagirso, a young adult now attempting to overcome the effects of malnutrition from his youth.
Grantee Jennifer Duggan speaks with Roger Thurow about her project, Syrian Seeds Sow Hope For Global Food Security.
In the first installment of the Food Security podcast, grantee Roger Thurow interviews grantee Lisa Palmer about her project, Hot, Hungry Planet.
Karim Chrobog talks with fellow grantee Roger Thurow about his project, "Wasted," on the Food Security Podcast.
Roger Thurow talks about the importance of India's busy rice harvest.
Before the abductions in Nigeria, there was Aboke, Uganda.
In Guatemala, a marimba band uses its music to spread the word about breastfeeding and good nutrition during the 1,000 Days.
Baskets of vegetables now grow where once there were basketball courts. Urban farms are growing in importance for the healthy development of American children.
Fighting for maternal and infant nutrition by bringing "hidden hunger" into the open. A birth in rural India, and beating the statistical odds of stunting.
In ending hunger, markets matter. Ethiopia is implementing lessons learned after the 2003 famine.
Demand for biofortified crops has surged as awareness of the value of nutrition through the 1,000 Days period between conception and the second birthday of the child has spread.