Micronutrient Forum 6th Global Conference | 16-20 October 2023

Nutrition for Resilience 'N4R' -
Ensuring Micronutrient Security in an Era of Complex Global Challenges

The Micronutrient Forum’s 6th Global Conference will be a hybrid event held on October 16-20, 2023, with a robust virtual program and in-person component at the World Forum in The Hague, Netherlands - a locus of international law and justice and well suited for a gathering centered on the human right to good nutrition.
By bringing together diverse stakeholders across sectors and disciplines, the Forum’s 6th Global Conference will help shape and establish a compelling and evidence-based agenda on the interdependence of nutrition and resilience – offering opportunities to advance integrated research, new policy priorities and investments for micronutrient interventions, and to accelerate progress towards global nutrition and development goals.
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Track 1: Micronutrient Biology and Status Assessment:

The biology of micronutrient nutrition and status assessment.
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Track 2: Efficacy and Safety of Micronutrient Interventions:

The efficacy and safety of micronutrient interventions on micronutrient intake, status and related functional outcomes.
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Track 3: Program Implementation and Effectiveness:

Bridging the gap between evidence and implementation to optimize the scale-up of micronutrient interventions.
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Track 4: Designing Enabling Environments for Micronutrients:

Engaging new actors and building new alliances, and expanding the field of view to include global, regional, and national policy considerations, financing, innovative partnerships, climate change, communications, and advocacy.