The Global Nutrition Report 2016: From Promise to Impact is now available.
Globally, 25% of children under 5 are stunted. In South Asia, the burden increases to 38% of children under 5, which is about 40% of the global burden of stunting. Why is South Asia home to the largest number of stunted children worldwide? Can anything be done to change this?
This week, A4NH is joining together with IFPRI's Gender Task Force to host a seminar on Value Chains for Nutrition in Rural India: Investigating barriers to fruit and vegetable consumption among women of reproductive age. The seminar will feature guest speaker, Dr. Sarah Kehoe, Senior Research Fellow at the University of Southampton, UK. It will take place on Thursday, April 28, 2016 >> Read more
All over the world, people are paying attention to the transformative role of women’s groups. Women, when organized in groups, have been able to achieve change within their communities, households, and themselves, despite facing great odds, such as restrictive gender norms that limit the scope of their decisionmaking, legal systems that prohibit them from owning >> Read more