Country-led ‘ANGeL’ to generate evidence in Bangladesh

On October 29, 2015, the government of Bangladesh officially launched the project, Orienting Agriculture toward Improved Nutrition and Women’s Empowerment, known as ANGeL.

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

The role of income and empowerment on nutrition: upcoming webinar

Agricultural livelihoods affect nutrition of individual household members through multiple pathways and interactions. This ultimately raises the question - how might these different routes translate into activity implementation? Two Feed the Future activities, the Integrated Improved Livelihoods Program (IILP) and The Rwanda Dairy Competitiveness Program II (RDCP), provide an opportunity to examine alternative approaches to >> Read more

Second A4NH Gender-Nutrition Methods Workshop: Nutrition and Women’s Empowerment

On December 2-4, 2014, the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH) held the second annual Gender and Nutrition Methods Workshop, hosted by Bioversity International in Rome. Following the successful first A4NH gender-nutrition workshop held in 2013 in Nairobi, this year convened over 40 researchers and practitioners representing 9 CGIAR Research Programs >> Read more