Regional trade and the nutrition transition: opportunities to strengthen NCD prevention policy in the Southern African Development Community.

@article{Thow2015RegionalTA,
  title={Regional trade and the nutrition transition: opportunities to strengthen NCD prevention policy in the Southern African Development Community.},
  author={Anne Marie T Thow and David Sanders and Eliza Drury and Thandi Puoane and Syeda Nafisa Chowdhury and Lungiswa Primrose Tsolekile and Joel Negin},
  journal={Global health action},
  year={2015},
  volume={8},
  pages={
          28338
        }
}
BACKGROUND Addressing diet-related non-communicable diseases (NCDs) will require a multisectoral policy approach that includes the food supply and trade, but implementing effective policies has proved challenging. The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has experienced significant trade and economic liberalization over the past decade; at the same time, the nutrition transition has progressed rapidly in the region. This analysis considers the relationship between regional trade… CONTINUE READING

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