The first 1,000 days of a child's life is a critical time for development, where nutrition--and stability--lay the foundation for a lifetime.
Roger Thurow sat down with Farming First to talk about the individual and societal consequences of malnutrition.
Check out Roger Thurow's testimony before the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations.
The latest edition of our Food Security podcast features Roger Thurow and Jenni Duggan.
The latest edition of out Food Security podcast features Roger Thurow and journalist Karim Chrobog.
Introducing our new podcast on nutrition, hunger, and food security around the world
The 1,000 days are front and center at the Borlaug Dialogues.
Check out a webinar with Roger Thurow on bringing life to the statistics on early child development, via the International Journalists' Network.
Check out an excerpt from Roger Thurow’s book The First 1,000 Days that was syndicated for The Fatherly Forum, a community of parents and influencers with insights about work, family, and life.
According to Roger Thurow, we've neglected nutrition in utero and infancy, with devastating consequences: via Nicholas Kristof's On the Ground blog.