Transform Nutrition Marks End of First Phase with International Conferences

With August 2017 marking the end of Transform Nutrition’s first phase, the consortium recently convened research symposia in Kenya and Nepal, to discuss results from and next steps for East Africa and South Asia, respectively.

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What knowledge is needed to ride a bike? Is it enough to have a manual?  Of course not… you need to get on the bike, fall off, get back on again… and eventually you’ll figure it out.

Project in Bangladesh Aims to Strengthen Links Between Agriculture, Nutrition, and Gender

The Ministry of Agriculture in Bangladesh is implementing the three-year Agriculture, Nutrition, and Gender Linkages (ANGeL) Project, which aims to identify actions and investments in agriculture that can leverage agricultural growth to improve nutrition, and to enhance women’s empowerment in Bangladesh.

A Nutrition Revolution for Africa: How Can African Agriculture Play a Greater Role?

Africa faces a triple burden of malnutrition: highly prevalent chronic malnutrition characterised by stunting; widespread micronutrient deficiencies; and rapidly increasing prevalence of overweight and obesity and related non-communicable diseases like high blood pressure and diabetes.