Accelerating Progress to End Hunger and Malnutrition through Implementation Science

Undernutrition remains a stubborn development challenge in many parts of the world, yet overweight and obesity are simultaneously on the rise globally, and sharply increasing in many low and middle-income countries. As a result, rates of diabetes and other noncommunicable diseases are climbing, increasing the global health burden, while micronutrient deficiencies plague both ends of this spectrum >> Read more

Health, Nutrition, Sustainability: Exploring Opportunities for Future Food Systems

Food systems are transforming faster and faster throughout low and middle-income countries. While progress is being made towards ending hunger, there are challenges in ensuring these transformations provide diets that are healthy and sustainable. As population rates and incomes grow worldwide, increasingly, this progress has come at the expense of the environment and public health. While each >> Read more

Investment, Attention Needed to Improve Food Safety in Low and Middle Income Countries

Food safety has skyrocketed up the development agenda. The demand for safe food is growing fast, driven by empowered middle-class consumers, whose numbers are climbing more and more rapidly

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.