Considering the Varied Experiences of Rural Women

October 15 marks International Day of Rural Women. While people's experiences vary both between and within countries, A4NH researchers pay consistent attention to the experiences of rural women, recognizing that gender, equity, and empowerment cut across borders.

New Paper From A4NH: Food Systems for Healthier Diets in Ethiopia

The Food Systems for Healthier Diets flagship, established as part of A4NH’s second phase, is taking an in-depth look at food systems in priority countries.

Building Capacity to Undertake Food Systems Research in Ethiopia

Using a food systems lens to characterize linkages between food policy, food production, consumer choices, behaviors, and, ultimately, diets and nutrition outcomes is a new approach. A4NH's Food Systems for Healthier Diets (FSHD) flagship has initiated a series of activities in Ethiopia to better understand the interactive components of Ethiopia's food system.

New Paper Explores Using Biodiversity Indicators to Shape Food System Recommendations

A new paper by Carl Lachat of Gent University, Jessica Raneri of Bioversity International, and others examines how using Dietary Species Richness, a new food biodiversity indicator, can help policymakers and stakeholders better understand the relationship between food biodiversity and diet quality and, in turn, identify where food systems can be improved. The paper, based on >> Read more