Happy Pi Day from A4NH: Increasing—and Improving—Your Slice of the Pie

It’s Pi Day! (3/14). And to celebrate we’re continuing our focus on women’s empowerment in Bangladesh using pie charts to show the linkages between women’s empowerment and dietary quality. We advise our GNIE readers to have a slice of pie while reading this blog.

International Women’s Day 2016: Empowering women with data and evidence in Bangladesh

This month on the Gender-Nutrition Idea Exchange we celebrate International Women's Day 2016. In this blog, originally published on IFPRI's website, Agnes Quisumbing, Senior Research Fellow at the Poverty, Health and Nutrition Division (PHND), IFPRI, talks about how data and evidence on women's empowerment inspired policymakers and program implementers in Bangladesh to launch an agriculture initiative which >> Read more

Development of a project-level WEAI begins at the GAAP2 inception workshop

The second phase of the Gender, Agriculture and Assets Program (GAAP2) is hosted within A4NH. GAAP2 aims to develop measurements for women’s empowerment in agricultural development programs and a large number of projects chosen to be part of GAAP2 seek to improve nutritional outcomes either through direct interventions or indirectly via increases in income through >> Read more

Are there nutritional tradeoffs in increasing women’s time in agriculture?

The following post, by A4NH-IFPRI collaborator Hitomi Komatsu, was originally published on the Agrilinks site. Malnutrition is a severe problem, especially in poor households in developing countries. Many families are not well nourished because they do not have access to nutritious and diverse diets. Studies have shown that one way to improve nutrition among rural >> Read more