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The Cost of a Healthy Diet, and the number of people who cannot afford a healthy diet, are reported annually alongside other traditional food security monitoring indicators by the UN State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World reports. In this session, we focus on Malawi’s context. Using food price data from Malawi, we will explore how least-cost diet(s) vary seasonally and across the country.
We recommend that you visit the resources prior to attending the session.
- Food Prices for Nutrition website
- Cost and affordability of healthy diets across and within countries. Background paper for the State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2020
- Seasonality in diet costs reveals food system performance in East Africa
- Rachel Gilbert (Tufts University)
- William Masters (Tufts University)
- Anna Herforth (Food Prices for Nutrition Project)
- Imran Chiosa (National Statistical Office of Malawi)
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