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

New video: ag-nutrition pathways

New video on agriculture-nutrition pathways added to the A4NH Vimeo channel!   Exploring Agriculture-Nutrition Pathways from A4NH on Vimeo.   In this video, Jody Harris, a nutritionist with IFPRI, gives an overview of some conceptual work undertaken with Anna Herforth that is particularly relevant to A4NH, building on research by colleagues at IFPRI and elsewhere. The >> Read more

Improving Nutrition through Agriculture Technical Brief Series

A new set of technical briefs produced by the USAID-funded SPRING (Strengthening Partnerships, Results, and Innovations in Nutrition Globally) project examine how evidence-based pathways and principles can strengthen agriculture and nutrition linkages under Feed the Future. A4NH researchers under Flagship 4 (Integrated Programs and Policies) contributed to one of the briefs, titled Understanding and Applying Primary Pathways and Principles. >> Read more

Viewing Ag-Nutrition Pathways Through a Gender Lens

From December 6-7, nearly 40 scientists representing 10 CGIAR Research Programs and their partners convened in Nairobi to discuss the role of gender in achieving nutritional impact for the poor through agriculture. Convened and led by the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH) in response to demand from within the CGIAR, >> Read more