The Global Nutrition and Health Atlas covers 6 dimensions, 26 themes, 500 indicators, and more than 1 million observations covering all perspectives of global health and nutrition, from dietary intake to health economics. The following treemap shows the structure of the GNHA data.
The data sources of GNHA are from more than 15 public databases, including World Bank, World Health Organization, United Nations, DHS, etc.; Internal research data from Nestle are also integrated into the GNHA data, demonstrating child growth and maternal nutrition. The links and references of the original data are also listed for users to acquire more information. The metadata aims to provide a complete understanding of the indicators and their importance.