William Moore has served as executive director of The Eleanor Crook Foundation since 2015. He was formerly chief storyteller at the United Nations Millennium Campaign, where he helped coordinate U.N. country office engagement plans for the Sustainable Development Goals, and worked to highlight the human aspect of data and development.
Programs to address global malnutrition frequently rely on highly multisectoral approaches. Is this complexity hampering the sector’s ability to drive progress at scale? The Eleanor Crook Foundation’s William Moore explains why it is essential to critically examine the tension between multisectoral approaches and scalable solutions.