The results may surprise you: Analyzing sex-disaggregated data

You might have observed a theme around sex-disaggregated data emerging in our posts on the GNIE. Why? We ask Agnes Quisumbing, Senior Research Fellow in the Poverty, Health, and Nutrition division,  at the International Food Policy Research Institute, to explain how this type of data are critical in agriculture research which explores the linkages between >> Read more

Building capacity in nutrition-sensitive agriculture

"We need to anchor nutrition at the agriculture table. It's part and parcel of agriculture." - Charlotte Dufour, food security, nutrition and livelihoods officer at FAO

How to better nourish 9 billion

As part of the "Nourishing 9 Billion" symposium at the 2014 American Society for Plant Biologists Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon, A4NH Flagship Leader, Alan de Brauw gave a talk on the barriers to agricultural technology adoption in developing countries and the potential role of biofortification in helping people get access to more nutritious food.

Reflections from 2020 Conference on Strengthening Resilience

“[Food safety] is a crisis, but it’s a crisis with a solution.”   This is one of the many comments raised during A4NH’s moderated discussions at this year’s 2020 Policy Consultation & Conference, held in Addis Ababa from May 15-17th. At the conference, more than 700 global participants gathered together - ranging from researchers and >> Read more