December 4, 2019
Event Summary: Policy Seminar on Food Systems Transformations: National Actions in a Globalized World
Summary of November 14 IFPRI/A4NH Policy Seminar details national food systems experiences in Vietnam, Nigeria, followed by a panel discussion.
November 27, 2019
Globally, we are eating a smaller array of foods, resulting in diets that are less nutritious and healthy. Yet FAO estimates more than 5,500 food crops exist globally. So why aren’t we using them?
November 25, 2019
Global food system sustainability study results in the first map of its kind to score sustainability of food systems, country-by-country, going beyond usual questions of productivity and nutrition, to include economic and social variables.
November 22, 2019
All-African team from TNWA and the African Nutrition Leadership Programme (ANLP) led the five-day short course to facilitate capacity strengthening.
November 6, 2019
Nutrition Society of Nigeria Annual Conference: Opportunities for Experience Sharing Across A4NH Flagships, Between Nigeria and Ethiopia
The conference provided an example of how work done by different A4NH flagships open opportunities for experience sharing across countries.
October 31, 2019
Event explored how countries are assessing and acting on food system transformation – considering consumption and food environments, food supply and sustainability, health, and socioeconomic outcomes, with discussion about challenges, opportunities, and trade-offs.
October 29, 2019
Rates of overweight and obesity are rising at an alarming rate in India, especially among women. IFPRI Research Fellow Avinash Kishore discusses the impacts of changing food environments.
October 25, 2019
A common set of food system indicators used across countries and over time would allow for comparison and shared learning, yet availability is uneven. New analysis of four countries shows where food system data exists, and where it is lacking.
October 23, 2019
CFS side event from CGIAR experts addresses need to consider challenges and needs particular to the Global South for healthy, sustainable diets and food system transformation.