Global Nutrition Targets Tracking Tool

This e-Learning course presents the updated version of the Global Nutrition Targets Tracking Tool, an interactive tool that aims to help countries set their national targets and monitor progress towards the six Global Nutrition Targets. Previously including features to monitor progress towards the 2025 nutrition targets endorsed by the World Health Assembly in 2012, the updated version extends those features to monitor countries’ progress towards the 2030 nutrition targets, as proposed by WHO and UNICEF in 2018. The course will demonstrate how to use the extended tool to interpret the current status, and explore different scenarios considering different rates of progress for the six targets and the time left to 2025 and 2030. The tool’s target audience are policy makers, programme managers, organizations, academia/researchers and key stakeholders who are interested in tracking national, regional, or global progress towards the global nutrition targets endorsed by Member States at the 65th World Health Assembly.

自学
语言: English
Not disease specific

课程信息

Overview: WHO, UNICEF, and the European Commission have developed an updated version of the Global Nutrition Targets Tracking Tool. This interactive and web-based tool supports national, regional, and global progress assessment towards the six global nutrition targets on stunting, anaemia in women of reproductive age, low birthweight, childhood overweight, exclusive breastfeeding, and childhood wasting.

This course is intended for various nutrition actors including policy-makers who decide, plan and budget for nutrition-related programmes at the national level; stakeholders in the community who can influence and provide resources to support nutrition issues; organizations that advocate for improved nutrition outcomes, implement interventions in the field, and garner financial as well as moral support; academic researchers who use data to generate evidence and disseminate their technical work, and finally, citizens or concerned individuals who care about global nutrition.

Participants will learn about the main features of the tool, how to assess current progress, and how to use its features to explore different scenarios to track progress towards target year and to support discussions on setting national targets. Importantly, the tool allows for monitoring country progress of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) indicators 2.2.1, 2.2.2 and 2.2.3 of Target 2.2 (Zero Hunger) towards 2030. The Tool’s outcomes may serve as advocacy material to encourage countries to accelerate their progress towards national targets.

Course duration: Approximately 2 hours.

Certificates: A Certificate of Achievement will be available to participants who score at least 70% of the total points available in the final assessment. Participants who receive a Certificate of Achievement can also download an Open Badge for this course. Click here to learn how.

**Disclaimer:* The data inside the Global Nutrition Targets Tracking Tool Version 3.0 as demonstrated in this e-learning course is up to date as of July 2023.*

你将学到什么

  • Differentiate between 2025 and 2030 monitoring of nutrition targets
  • View the target prevalence for their country for each indicator if the global target was achieved
  • Assess country baseline, recent trends, and projected estimates, if current progress is maintained, towards target years 2025 or 2030
  • Assess required progress needed to achieve the global nutrition targets
  • Explore scenarios with different progress rates and time remaining to reach the global targets
  • Map latest estimates of prevalence and numbers affected
  • Compare the country’s current situation within and across regions, or globally
  • Assess the tool’s progress summaries for each of the six global nutrition targets at country, regional and global levels

课程内容

  • Module 1. Introduction to the course:

    By the end of this module, participants will: identify the course contents, objectives, and audience for this course.
  • Module 2. Background of the global nutrition targets:

    By the end of this module, participants will: identify the Global Nutrition Targets, and explain the uses of the Global Nutrition Targets Tracking Tool to monitor the six global nutrition targets and help countries set their national targets.
  • Module 3. Overview of the Global Nutrition Targets Tracking Tool:

    By the end of this module, participants will: Identify the main sections of the Global Nutrition Targets Tracking Tool, and describe key concepts behind the Global Nutrition Targets Tracking Tool.
  • Module 4. Tracking country progress towards the global nutrition targets and SDGs – the Country Indicator Profiles:

    By the end of this module, participants will: identify data available for target setting and monitoring of the global nutrition targets; assess a country’s current progress towards the global nutrition targets; explore scenarios using different progress rates and start years, and identify regional memberships, types of data, and survey and/or model-based estimates used to assess and explore rates of progress towards the global nutrition targets.
  • Module 5. Indicator Mapping, Target Indicators Progress, and Global Progress Report:

    By the end of this module, participants will: describe the main features and functions of the Indicator Mapping module, Target indicators progress, and the Global Progress Report; assess progress of the global nutrition targets geographically, and describe the global trends for the six indicators.
  • Final assessment

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证书要求

  • 课程证书 授予者需要至少取得课程总分的百分之 70%