Changing behaviors for better health and nutrition

Blog written by Pete Shelton, IFPRI. Originally posted on IFPRI.org. Getting the right nutrition in the period between a child’s conception and his or her second birthday−the so-called 1,000 day window−can have profound impacts on the child’s ability to grow, learn, and become a productive member of society. A growing body of research demonstrates that >> Read more

Realizing the potential of a homestead food production program

Improved nutrition and empowerment in Burkina Faso Researchers from the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) completed a first-of-its-kind rigorous evaluation of an integrated agriculture and nutrition program in Burkina Faso, a country where child undernutrition is common and the prevalence of anemia among children under five is 92 percent, the highest in the world.

External evaluation results now available

After nearly a year of preparation, inquiry, analysis, and engagement, the independent external evaluation of A4NH has concluded, and we are pleased to make the results available to you. The evaluation sought to examine the following four key questions: Is A4NH on course to achieve its outputs, outcomes, and impacts? Why or why not? Within >> Read more

The external evaluation of A4NH is underway

A4NH External Evaluation  (updated on 10/15/15 by K.Keeton) Latest news: The external evaluation is complete! An independent external evaluation of A4NH, conducted by Julia Compton (team leader), Diana McLean, and Ben Emmons, addressed four main evaluation questions: Is A4NH on course to achieve its outputs, outcomes, and impacts? Why or why not? Within the CGIAR, has >> Read more