The Food Systems Dashboard is a new online tool that helps users to understand and visualize key information about food systems. It has been developed by Johns Hopkins University and The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, with collaborators at Harvard University, University of Michigan, Michigan State University, FAO, and The Agriculture-Nutrition Community of Practice.
It is the first dashboard that collects country-level data across all components of the food system: from food supply chains to food environments and consumer behaviours. The Dashboard contains over 150 indicators that measure components, drivers, and outcomes of food systems at the national level for nearly all countries.
The tool aims to help decision makers in identifying and prioritizing ways to sustainably improve diets and nutrition in food systems. Furthermore, the Dashboard can be useful for tracking progress of nutrition and health-related goals and interventions at the country or regional level.
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