Video: Rice, Malaria, and Africa’s Changing Landscapes

Jo Lines, Reader of Malaria Control and Vector Biology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and A4NH Managing Partner Representative, discusses rice, malaria, and how human activities are changing landscapes in Africa.

Integrated Approaches to Tackling Health Issues-Related to Agri-Food Systems

As food security becomes better assured, and food supply more complex, the negative impacts of food production become more salient. Agri-food systems support life but can also contribute to poor health outcomes of both producers and consumers and have negative impacts on the environment.

Food Systems for Healthier Diets Seeks PhD Student in Global Nutrition

A4NH's Food Systems for Healthier Diets Flagship Research Program seeks a PhD student to focus on a research project in Vietnam and Nigeria. The project aims to improve fruit and vegetable intakes of urban, low-income consumers (especially women and youth as being the most vulnerable) in order to address the double burden of malnutrition.

A4NH, Partners Convene ANH Academy Week 2018 in Accra, Ghana

More than 350 scientists from 50 countries met in Accra, Ghana, to advance research in agriculture, nutrition, and health during the third annual Agriculture, Nutrition, and Health (ANH) Academy Week, held June 25 to 29. The international conference was organized by the global research network ANH Academy, led by A4NH and the London School of >> Read more