Italy Pavilion, with the coordination of Dr Enzo Grossi, realized another cycle of congresses and events in partnership with prestigious entities, facing relevant themes connected with the crucial topics of nutrition and health. The next slides are dedicated to the main conferences. <b>Nutrition related pregnancy outcomes' around the world</b> Our children are our future. More and more studies prove how the parents’ nutrition and life styles deeply affect their children’s health and life quality.In fact, there is actual proof – aside from genetics– that food factors affect the gene expression through so-called “epigenetic” changes, which last for a lifespan. All throughout pregnancy and the first 2 years of the child – their first 1,000 days – genes are particularly malleable and thus more sensitive to the consequence of bad or good nutrition.Therefore, improving the new generations’ life quality means also educating future parents. Despite such evidence, malnutrition is more and more widespread and it might compromise our children’s future. The theme of worldwide spread maternal-neonatal malnutrition has been the central focus of the campaign “Ama nutri cresci” (“Love, feed, raise”), by Giorgio Pardi Foundation, with Professor Irene Cetin as scientific manager, and of an international scientific conference.