The Global database on the Implementation of Nutrition Action (GINA) is an interactive platform for sharing standardized information on nutrition policies and actions, i.e. what are the commitments made and who is doing what, where, when, why and how (including lessons learnt)…. More about GINA
The Sodium Country Score Card has been published in GINA. WHO monitors countries' progress in implementing legislative and other measures to reduce sodium intake. The Score Card tracks countries’ that have; made a national commitment towards sodium reduction, implemented voluntary and mandatory approaches to reduce sodium in the food supply or encourage consumers to make healthier food choices, including mandatory declaration of sodium on pre-packaged food, and implement the sodium-related WHO Best Buys for tackling noncommunicable diseases.
The TFA Country Score Card has been published in GINA. WHO monitors countries' progress in implementing legislative and other measures to reduce and eliminate industrially produced trans-fatty acids (TFA). The TFA Country Score Card tracks countries’ mandatory TFA limits and related monitoring mechanisms, other complementary measures, and national policy commitments.
GINA has been updated with country data from the WHO 2nd Global Nutrition Policy Review 2016-2017, which compiles updated information on countries’ progress in developing and implementing policies and actions to achieve the Global Nutrition Targets 2025 adopted by the 65th World Health Assembly (WHA) in 2012 as well as by the 2nd International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) in 2014.