Blog
Namukolo Covic, who coordinates A4NH research in Ethiopia, reflects on when she first became aware of the importance of gender equity -- and how it has shaped her life and her work.
Blog
In this blog, which first appeared on IIED.org, the authors discuss how weak infrastructure would leave urban settlements in low-income countries highly vulnerable, should the rapid spread of COVID-19 continue.
Biofortification
Iron-biofortified beans improved iron status and physical performance of iron-deficient Rwandan women, enhancing their ability to perform typical daily activities
Blog
This post, which originally appeared on Transform Nutrition West Africa, explores how West Africa is being impacted by the double burden of malnutrition, and steps to move forward in addressing it.
Blog
Social audits have become a popular accountability tool in India. New research examines their potential to improve the effectiveness of state-run nutrition services.
Events
The policy seminar provided a sneak peek at the forthcoming Food Systems Dashboard from GAIN and Johns Hopkins Univeristy, in collaboration with partners.
Blog
In this piece, which first appeared on the Food & Business Knowledge Platform, Wijnand van Ijssel of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs reflects on the move toward One CGIAR.
Blog
Three recent studies show how modelling systems can foster transdisciplinary research and address challenges of trade-offs and unintended consequences.
Foresight Analysis
Healthy Diets and Reduced Land Pressure: Towards a Double Gain for Future Food Systems in Nigeria