A4NH Launches Second Phase of Work to Improve Nutrition and Health

Since 1971, CGIAR has been responsible for some of the most innovative breakthroughs in agricultural research. The CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH) takes CGIAR’s success in agricultural research to the next level, building on the notion that agriculture can do much more than reduce hunger and poverty.

A4NH joins public-private conversation in The Hague

This past week, A4NH joined 80 international and Dutch participants in a public-private sector engagement event in The Hague, Netherlands. The forum was meant as a platform to share best practices on public-private sector collaboration in research partnerships,  to discuss the role of partners, and to explore opportunities to develop new CGIAR research programs.

2014 CGIAR Development Dialogues: Linking Research to Sustainable Development

On September 25, 2014, the first-ever CGIAR Development Dialogues event, organized with participation and support from all CGIAR Research Centers and Programs, will take place in New York City, focusing global attention on the vital role of agriculture, livestock, forestry, fisheries, landscapes, and food systems in achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Why we need a gender and empowerment development outcome

How important is it to consider gender and empowerment as distinct development outcomes of agriculture research? If our research programs are targeting women or other marginal groups to benefit from key outcomes like improved income, productivity, or nutrition, what’s left to measure in a gender and empowerment outcome?   Nancy Johnson, Senior Research Fellow for >> Read more