- February 2, 2016
- Klaus Kraemer
The development community is by now well aware that good nutrition is the bedrock of human well-being. In the critical window between conception and a child’s second birthday, good nutrition enables optimal brain and immune system development and functioning, which saves lives and equips a child to grow, thrive and reach his or her full potential. As the impact of nutrition is so far-reaching, achieving many of the Sustainable Development Goals will require scaling up proven nutrition interventions. This is where the challenge comes.