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Many of the foods people depend on most for their sustenance, especially in low and middle income countries, can carry
On October 29, 2015, the government of Bangladesh officially launched the project, Orienting Agriculture toward Improved Nutrition and Women’s Empowerment,
Agriculture-associated diseases
Despite being preventable, foodborne disease is becoming more common- especially in developing countries- and unfortunately, this trend is likely to
Poor nutrition can cause young children to become stunted, that is, to be too short for their age. In fact,
Some 2 billion people suffer from hidden hunger caused by infections and diets lacking in essential micronutrients such as vitamin
*This blogpost was originally developed by Andrea Testa and adapted by Erica Roggio and Samantha Collins of Bioversity International. An
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By Gero Carletto, Marie Ruel, Paul Winters, and Alberto Zezza Does agriculture matter for nutrition? Certainly, the amount and quality
In the Barotse floodplain of Zambia, families must migrate each year to farm at higher land as they escape the
Agriculture associated diseases
Under its food safety portfolio, A4NH is tackling one of the biggest threats to human health, nutrition, and livelihoods in