Malnutrition in its many forms has traditionaly been understood and approached as separate public health issues, but the new emergent reality is that undernutrition and overnutrition are interconnected and, therefore, double-duty actions that simultaneously address more than one dimension must be implemented for policy solutions to be effective.

This four paper Series explores how the coexistence of multiple forms of malnutrition is affecting low-income and middle-income countries.

You can access the series here.