A4NH Research Shared at Africa Nutrition Conference

Africa has the highest prevalence of undernourishment in the world, according to 2017 FAO estimates, with nearly 21 percent of the population affected. Coupled with rapidly increasing rates of overweight and obesity, the seriousness of the continent’s nutrition challenges cannot be ignored.

Event: Future Food Systems: How Might They Be Healthier and More Sustainable?

On November 28, A4NH, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) of Australia, and Wageningen University and Research (WUR) will host a side event at the IFPRI/FAO conference "Accelerating the End of Hunger and Malnutrition."

Strategic Simplification to Create Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems in an Urbanizing World

  Food systems are shaped by consumption and demand – we need to always keep this in mind. This truth is increasingly obvious in middle and lower-middle income countries, with their dynamic economies and rapidly growing megacities.

Video: Research Impact in Vietnam

A new video from CGIAR showcases how research is having impact on people's lives. The video highlights how A4NH research conducted by Hung Nguyen is helping informal market vendors in Vietnam improve the safety of the food they sell. Informal markets are a critical part of Vietnam's food systems, and consumers want to know their vegetables, meats, and >> Read more