Gender Nutrition Gap Twitter Chat MARCH 13, 2024

Happy #March4Nutrition!

As part of 1,000 Days' annual #March4Nutrition campaign and alongside the Commission on the Status of Women, we're excited to announce The Gender Nutrition Gap will be hosting an X (formerly Twitter) Chat on Wednesday, March 13th at 9:00 ET/14:00 CET.

To participate, please create answers to our predetermined questions and be ready to tweet during the specified event time. Make sure your answers are posted either by a retweet or as a reply to the question. Be sure to include the hashtags #March4Nutrition and #GenderNutritionGap so your answers don't get lost!

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Let’s nourish the future! Join us on March 13 for an interactive Twitter Chat during #March4Nutrition. Be part of the conversation - find out more ➡️

♀️ It's time to talk about access to good #nutrition! Let's ensure women and girls have access to the essential nutrients they need to live healthy lives and reach their full potential. Join us - be part of the #GenderNutritionGap Twitter Chat on March 13 ➡️

♀️ Nourishing women & girls is essential to reach all the Global Goals #SDGs. Join the #March4Nutrition #TwitterChat on March 13 and voice the importance of access to #nutrition and how it can improve the future of the next generations. Details ➡️

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TwitterChat questions

Please note, the questions have been updated!

Q1: What gender transformative policies and programs do you believe are essential to address the root causes of gender inequalities in the realm of women's and girls' nutrition? #March4Nutrition

Q2: What steps can be taken to expand the functions of social protection systems for women's and girls' nutrition and economic empowerment? #March4Nutrition

Q3: How can we better address the nutritional needs of women and girls in humanitarian crises? What protocols and guidelines do you think are essential? #March4Nutrition

Q4: In addressing the unpaid care economy, what policies and strategies do you recommend for recognizing, reducing, and redistributing unpaid care and domestic work? #March4Nutrition

Q5: How can the data gaps on women’s and girls’ nutrition be closed and ensure actionable data for decision-making and accountability? #March4Nutrition

Q6: How can men be engaged as allies in closing the #GenderNutritionGap and promote equality in nutrition and health outcomes for women and girls? #March4Nutrition

Q7: Closing the #GenderNutritionGap requires collaborative efforts. What actions can individuals, organizations, and governments take to actively contribute to this cause? #March4Nutrition

Q8: Share your must-read resources on nutrition and gender equality.

Poll: Which action area, as outlined in the Gender Nutrition Gap mission, resonates with you the most?

  • Healthy Diets
  • Care
  • Gender Equality
  • Multisectoral Policy Environment