Events

Event: Investing in Research – New Evidence Showing How a Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Program Improves Children’s Nutritional Status

Nutrition-sensitive agriculture programs can improve nutrition outcomes for young children, however documentation of the extent of their effectiveness has been limited. On Tuesday, December 12, IFPRI, Helen Keller International (HKI), and A4NH hosted a policy seminar to discuss recent evidence from Burkina Faso.

Event: Public-Private Partnerships and the Nutrition Agenda: Challenges and Opportunities

On Tuesday, October 31, A4NH hosted a conversation about the challenges and opportunities for public and private-sector actors in improving nutrition, including where there are openings for working together in new and innovative ways.

Stakeholders Consider Food Systems for Healthier Diets in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is undergoing a significant food system transformation as the result of increases in urbanization and incomes.

Countdown to ANH Academy Week 2017: Learning Lab on Measuring Women’s Empowerment

Are you hoping to integrate measures of women’s empowerment into your work? A4NH researchers Hazel Malapit, Jessica Heckert, and Elena Martinez will present a Learning Lab about using the Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (WEAI) in nutrition-sensitive agricultural projects at the upcoming ANH Academy Week in Kathmandu.