View winning essays for each year below. Or, download all winning essays from 2000-09.
Topic: Describe an existing regional collaboration or partnership between at least two countries preferably from developing nations. The project must raise the nutritional health such as practices, education or awareness of the population served. The author, a professional dietitian or nutritionist, must be involved in the actual project. The collaboration described in the project should be easily adaptable to a variety of situations.
Topic: Describe a new methodology and or technology used to transmit nutrition education or to alleviate food insecurity through sustainable agriculture.
Topic: Describe ADA as the link to global nutrition. Winners:
Topic: Describe innovative ideas to improve the nutritional health of the population, or a segment of the population such as the elderly, preferably in a developing country through an income generating project or projects.
Topic: Describe a resourceful educational food, nutrition or dietetic exchange program or study tour with an institution or organization of a foreign country.
Topic: Describe a new and innovative approach to solving nutritional problems in a developing country through creating policies, outcomes research or original fund raising activities.
Topic: Describe an innovative international team approach to solve a nutritional problem in neighboring countries. The essay must describe the applicant’s professional involvement in a program across national borders, preferably in a developing country.
Topic: Describe an international partnership to advance the nutritional well-being of a specific population. The essay must describe the applicant’s professional involvement in a program to raise the nutritional standard of a particular population group such as the elderly, children or those living with HIV or AIDS.
Topic: Describe a program to eliminate food waste in a city or cities, which would then benefit the hungry directly.
Topic: Describe an existing resourceful consumer education program done in collaboration with an organization, institution or the media to benefit a large segment of the population in a developing country.