Reflections from the field: Implementing the Global Study on Gender Norms and Capabilities for Agricultural Innovation

Qualitative research has enormous potential to produce rich data that can be used to design agricultural interventions that take into consideration the cultural context, gender norms, identities, and socioeconomic factors that influence knowledge, attitudes and practices. This month, Johanna Bergman Lodin, a postdoctoral fellow at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), shares her perspective >> Read more

Cash prize for research on sustainable food and diets

The call for applications is now open for the 2nd Premio Daniel Carasso, which aims to reward an international renowned research scientist who, through cross-disciplinary researches, has innovative and realistic approaches in order to develop “sustainable food and diets for long-term human health. The Premio is open to scientists working in fundamental or applied research in >> Read more

Input Needed to Inform Future A4NH Collaboration and Research in Africa

A4NH has enlisted the support of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences to conduct surveys to help inform our research and partnership approach in Africa. The surveys aim to identify key potential collaborators and their perspectives on agriculture, nutrition and health research linkages in Africa.

Making Policy Research Conducive to Policy Change: No Simple Recipe!

(Cross-posted on the PIM website.) How can research generate policy-relevant evidence? How can we increase the likelihood that evidence is used effectively by decision-makers? How can researchers ensure that research serves as a “catalyst” to boost the effectiveness of policies and programs? From November 18-20th, a group of more than 50 policy experts, researchers, and practitioners from >> Read more