WFP Nutrition's Learning Platform

nutx is WFP Nutrition’s learning platform, designed to share WFP’s experience, lessons learned and research on nutrition free of charge. Our learning resources include self-paced e-learning courses, interactive tests and exercises. We also share nutrition case studies, links to online resources and interesting readings.
The focus of the portal is on the nutrition topics where WFP is most engaged in. We hope this platform will be helpful to staff from national and international NGOs, Governments, university students and researchers, UN staff, as well as users from the private sector who have an interest in nutrition.

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  • WFP & Nutrition

    This section provides an overview of WFP’s approach to nutrition through our key guiding policy documents. It also features e-learning modules on the fundamentals of nutrition, which were created for WFP staff, and offer an insight into what WFP understands to be the key challenges and main nutrition issues.
  • Research & Evidence

    This section highlights WFP’s nutrition research and evidence generation efforts, including: case studies on WFP nutrition programmes across the world and a database of peer-reviewed articles on nutrition published by WFP.
  • Fill the Nutrient Gap

    The Fill the Nutrient Gap (FNG) is a tool developed by WFP that helps to identify context-specific barriers to adequate nutrient intake amongst target groups and proposes cost-effective strategies to overcome them. In this section you can find material on:
  • Rice Fortification

    This section provides information on rice fortification. It focuses on the efforts that WFP has brought forward, along with governments, nongovernment organizations, academia and the private sector, to promote the fortification of rice worldwide. Learning material includes e-learnings, background information on rice fortification and different case studies.
  • Nutrition-Sensitive

    Nutrition-sensitive programming addresses some of the underlying and basic determinants of nutrition. For WFP, the potential for nutrition-sensitive programming is significant. In this section you will find a combination of guidance materials for nutrition-sensitive programming; case studies and an explainer video.
  • Specialized Nutritious Foods

    Learning material in this section includes, amongst other things, an online learning journey and a guidance manual on managing the supply chain of Specialized Nutritious Foods.
  • Nutrition and HIV

    WFP works with governments and partners to address HIV & TB, using an integrated, multi-sectoral approach to address food and nutrition insecurity. In this section you will find information about WFP’s effort to address HIV in emergencies, WFP’s approach to HIV-sensitive social protection, and a specific focus on Eastern and Southern Africa.
  • SUN Business Network

    The SUN Business Network (SBN) is the private sector branch of the SUN Movement. It is co-convened by WFP and GAIN. The SBN works to convene business around nutrition, assess business needs and facilitate supportive partnerships, and advocate for an increased role of business in nutrition. Browse this section to learn more about the work that the SBN does and how to become a member.

What people say about us?

No one organization can end malnutrition alone. Promoting a culture of learning and knowledge sharing is key to boost our efforts to achieve Zero Hunger: that is why WFP Nutrition created nutx

Jennifer Rosenzweig Former Chief Knowledge Management, WFP Nutrition

The portal is a very good initiative. Before, I was learning mainly by reading documents, but with this platform I now have access to videos and courses as well. I could also access content outside my expertise, and that really gave me an opportunity to learn.

Tamanda Mtileni Nutritionist, World Vision Malawi

I enjoyed working on the platform and the different courses were very useful for me as I am a PhD student in biochemistry with a specialization in nutrition and food safety. I also shared a lot of the knowledge I received and informed my classmates about these online courses. I'll continue to study on the platform.

Zokou Ronice PhD candidate – University of Dschang, Cameroon

Our partners

  • Within the context of the Rome Based United Nations Agencies collaboration, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) offers free multilingual certified elearning courses, in a number of thematic areas, as a global public good, through the FAO elearning Academy.The FAO elearning Academy is the result of a collaborative effort involving a number of partners throughout the world, including WFP and IFAD. Please explore the Nutrition related courses in the FAO elearning Academy by clicking here.
  • Nutrition Connect is an open access platform which brings together high quality, credible and objective information related to public private engagement (PPE) for nutrition. The purpose of Nutrition Connect is to mobilize knowledge, share experiences and stimulate dialogue to answer the question: how can nutritious and safe food be made more accessible, affordable and desirable, for everyone, everywhere, at all stages of life? Nutrition Connect is an initiative of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN).