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.
Roger Thurow sat down with Samantha Urban of the ONE Campaign to discuss his new book, The First 1,000 Days.
Get an exclusive excerpt of Roger Thurow's The First 1,000 Days, available from the ONE Campaign.
Roger Thurow sat down with Nathanael Johnson of Grist to discuss the linkage between good nutrition, societal growth, and environmental preservation, as well as his new book, The First 1,000 Days.
Roger Thurow stopped by The Diane Rehm Show to tell the stories of malnutrition highlighted in The First 1,000 Days.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting presents educational materials to accompany Roger Thurow's The First 1,000 Days.
Roger Thurow discusses the role of good nutrition in early child development and his new book, The First 1,000 Days.
In his new book, The First 1,000 Days
, author Roger Thurow chronicles the stories of new mothers and babies in Uganda, India, Guatemala, and Chicago, to explain the importance of the 1,000 Days initiative to end early childhood malnutrition. Read an exclusive excerpt.Get a first-look at photos and stories from the book in this web interactive.
Ash Kosiewicz of World Food Program USA details his introduction to Roger Thurow's work on hunger in the 21st Century.
Over the past three years, World Vision has worked closely with Roger Thurow as he traveled to Uganda to follow several pregnant women—and their children—in the first few years of their lives.