About the Project and Team

Motivation and Aims

This project aims to collect dietary quality data in the general adult population across countries worldwide, and to provide the tools for valid and feasible diet quality monitoring within countries. The project enables the collection of consistent, comparable dietary data across countries for the first time.

Global data launch

Oct 19, 2022, Washington, DC

Diet Quality in the United States

Oct 19, 2022, Washington, DC

Webinar, Sept 22, 2022

Hosted by Anuvaad Solutions

Watch the Recording

Slides

Launch event: Tools for monitoring diet quality across countries

Nutrition for Growth (N4G) Summit side event, Dec 9, 2021

Team

The Global Diet Quality Project is a collaboration between Gallup, Harvard Department of Global Health and Population, and the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN).

Core team members


Anna Herforth, Senior Research Associate, Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health


Andrew Rzepa, Partner, Gallup, Inc.


Gina Kennedy, Senior Technical Specialist, GAIN


Ty Beal, Research Advisor, Knowledge Leadership, GAIN


GAIN team: Andoni Santamaria Kampfner

Gallup team: Zacc Ritter, Kiki Papachristoforou, Zach Bikus, Taylor Auger, Pablo Diego-Rosell


Collaborators


DQQ Adaptation Team: Cecilia Gonzalez, Kristina Sokourenko, Andrea Spray Bulungu, Betül Uyar, Chris Vogliano


Independent: Terri Ballard (original core team), Doris Wiesmann (lead indicator analyst)


Wageningen University & Research: Inge Brouwer, Elise Talsma, Laura Trijsburg, Tesfaye Hailu Bekele, Duong Van, Edith Feskens


University of São Paulo: Carlos Monteiro, Euridice Martinez-Steele, Isabela Sattamini, Giovanna Andrade


Columbia University: Pamela Koch, Deborah Olarte, and Community Nutrition students


Demographic and Health Surveys: Sorrel Namaste, Rukundo Benedict


Technical Advisory Group: Lynnette Neufeld, Francesco Branca, Jennifer Coates, Megan Deitchler, Marlene Heeb, Fumiaki Imamura, Anna Lartey, Catherine Leclercq, Carlos Monteiro, Abigail Perry, Ivo Rakovac, Shelly Sundberg, Anne Swindale, Patrick Webb


Many other collaborators, including the global network of over 750 key informants who made this work possible.

Donors