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IAEA Nutrition Factsheets, Brochures & Multimedia Material

Factsheets and Brochures

1. IAEA Brief on Exclusive Breastfeeding (November 2016), available in Spanish too.

2. The IAEA’s Role in Nutrition Programmes, IAEA Nutrition Factsheet (2016)

3. IAEA Bulletin "Atoms for Peace & Development", IAEA March 2015
Available in English/Arabic/Chinese/French/Russian/Spanish

Eating better: Guatemala works to control the double burden of malnutrition

South Africa improves exclusive breastfeeding monitoring using nuclear technique

4. IAEA Bulletin edition on Nutrition, IAEA March 2014
Available in English/Arabic/Chinese/French/Russian/Spanish

5. Stable Isotope Techniques. Tackling Childhood Obesity in Chile, IAEA 2013

6. Micronutrients for Better Health, IAEA 2013

7. Designing Better Nutrition Programmes. The role of nuclear technology. IAEA Nutrition Factsheet (2012)


NAHRES Newsletter No. 5, January 2017
NAHRES Newsletter No. 4, August 2016
NAHRES Newsletter No. 3, January 2016
NAHRES Newsletter No. 2, August 2015
NAHRES Newsletter No. 1, January 2015


IAEA podcast from 17 May 2016 – Atoms for Health
The same podcast on United Nations Radio from 20 May 2016 - Fighting obesity and micronutrient deficiency with nuclear science

United Nations Radio from July 14th, 2014 - Scientists to contribute to improve diets of vulnerable populations IAEA coordinated research – English
IAEA talk podcast from July 21st, 2014 – Improving diets of vulnerable populations

Multimedia coverage of nutrition

Web Articles

IAEA Recommends Nuclear Techniques to Improve Nutrition Assessments in Africa

IAEA's Contribution to Combat Hidden Hunger

Leveraging nuclear techniques to better understand body composition

Maternal HIV Status does not Influence Infant Growth, IAEA Study Finds

Affecting rich and poor: malnutrition in Latin America and how nuclear-related techniques can help

Burden of proof: Gathering data to identify and reduce the double burden of malnutrition

NAHRES joins IAEA Fact-Finding Mission to Marshall Islands to understand pathways for human exposure to persistent organic pollutants in food and the environment

Nuclear Techniques Can Help to Identify Strategies to Prevent Micronutrient Deficiencies in Young Children (17 March 2016)

A chance for each child: A proposal for a new TC project aims to gather data to improve programmes that address stunting

Development through better nutrition: IAEA signs partnership agreement to tackle malnutrition (25 March 2015)

Increasing knowledge on the use of stable isotope techniques for the assessment of body composition in Latin America and the Caribbean

Partnerships for a Lasting Impact - Collaborating for Better Nutrition in Children, (25 September 2014)