Gender-Nutrition Idea Exchange

GENDER-NUTRITION IDEA EXCHANGE

2014
Amber Peterman is an Assistant Research Professor of Public Policy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and
2014
Following last month’s post on why HarvestPlus conducted a Strategic Gender Assessment, this month Ekin Birol (Head, Impact Research Unit
2014
Many rural people derive their sustenance from sources embedded in their landscape – the cropland, pasture, trees, forests and rivers
2014
Doing gender research is one thing; integrating gender into a research program is another altogether.  HarvestPlus recently completed a year-long Strategic
2014
Qualitative research has enormous potential to produce rich data that can be used to design agricultural interventions that take into
2014
You might have observed a theme around sex-disaggregated data emerging in our posts on the GNIE. Why? We ask Agnes
2014
This month we’re continuing a conversation we started in May with two gender researchers from the CGIAR Research Program on
2014
How important is it to consider gender and empowerment as distinct development outcomes of agriculture research? If our research programs
2014
A4NH is excited to launch an interactive blog-space on our website that will pick up conversations started at the CRP