Ingunn Storhaug

Ingunn Storhaug
Designation: Research Assistant, 3ie
Ingunn supports the production of evidence gap maps and systematic reviews on a variety of topics. Prior to this, she provided research assistance at UCL on a project relating to the effect of teacher incentives on student achievement. Ingunn holds an MSc in Social Policy and Social Research from UCL and a BA in Sociology and Social Policy from Middlesex University.

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In the fast-growing field of food systems impact evaluations, a shift toward evaluating consumer behaviour

As we've noted before on this blog, the world faces a critical need to revamp its food systems to provide healthy diets for a growing global population within the planetary boundaries. Making these changes means policymakers need to know what interventions work, for whom, and at what cost – and the state of knowledge about that question is changing rapidly.

This new evidence gap map shows what we know – and what we don't know – about food systems interventions

Right now, 690 million people are undernourished and at least 650 million people are obese. Given these staggering statistics, it is imperative that we use the best available evidence to improve nutrition and food security across the globe.

How do food system interventions affect food security and nutrition? We're mapping the evidence

Malnutrition is a global issue which disproportionately affects low- and middle-income countries (L&MICs). To make sure nutrition programmes that promote affordable, accessible, diverse and balanced diets for healthy growth and development are planned based on the best available evidence, we're creating an evidence gap map (EGM).