ARoFIIN Activity Tracker


This activity tracker summarises past year's progress and developments, as well as capture future activities that will be undertaken by ARoFIIN.



ARoFIIN Roundtable Summary Report 2018


Highlights from the Roundtable discussions and panels and insights into ARoFIIN pilot programmes.

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Tackling Obesity in ASEAN: Prevalence, impact, and guidance on interventions.


This report analyses obesity in ASEAN through consumer and healthcare practitioner surveys, an intervention effectiveness analysis and an assessment of the economic impact of obesity.

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Healthier Product Reformulation in Singapore


The report, which is the first of its kind in Singapore, showcases industry efforts to continuously improve product offerings providing healthier options.

These findings will be valuable for industry and government bodies to assess progress and recognise the areas of support businesses are seeking to further their reformulation efforts to advance the public health agenda.

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2018 Global Hunger Index


The 2018 Global Hunger Index tracks the state of hunger worldwide and emphasises on countries/cities where urgent action is needed to address hunger, in an effort to achieve the goal of ending hunger and malnutrition in all its forms by 2030.

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The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World (2018)


The report jointly published by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, International Fund for Agricultural Development, UNICEF, World Food Programme and the World Health Organisation, calls for implementing and scaling up interventions aimed at guaranteeing access to nutritious foods and breaking the intergenerational cycle of malnutrition.

Policies must pay special attention to groups who are the most vulnerable to the harmful consequences of poor food access: infants, children aged under five, school-aged children, adolescent girls, and women. At the same time, a sustainable shift must be made towards nutrition-sensitive agriculture and food systems that can provide safe and high-quality food for all.

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