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

How can irrigation water improve women’s empowerment and nutrition? An untapped potential for Africa south of the Sahara

In Africa South of the Sahara, where 329 million people lack access to improved water supply and 640 million do not have access to an improved sanitation facility, lack of reliable water services is a major stumbling block for health and nutrition, as well as a constraint for nutrition-sensitive agriculture. Laia Domènech was a Visiting Fellow >> Read more

A4NH Speaks at Nat Geo Food Talk

The Future of Food. This has been the topic of an interactive campaign led by the National Geographic magazine over the past year. Through imagery, stories, and conversations, the campaign engages our global community on this increasingly urgent topic. Where does our food come from? Why do we eat what we eat? And how can >> Read more

HarvestPlus announced the release of the 2013 Annual Report

In 2013, biofortified nutritious crops reached more than a million farmers in Africa south of the Sahara and South Asia. The new annual report, Diving into Delivery, shares HarvestPlus's accomplishments in eight target countries. You can also read about a new radio drama series on orange sweet potato, results from nutrition studies, and more. Read the report online >> Read more