Women’s time in agriculture and nutrition: new video

On April 15, 2015, A4NH's Gender Research Coordinator, Hazel Malapit, spoke at an LCIRAH seminar hosted by the Leverhulme Centre for Integrative Research on Agriculture and Health (LCIRAH) in London, UK. The seminar was entitled, Analysis of Women's Time in Reproductive and productive work and maternal and child nutrition in Bangladesh, Ghana, and Nepal.

A4NH Speaks at Nat Geo Food Talk

The Future of Food. This has been the topic of an interactive campaign led by the National Geographic magazine over the past year. Through imagery, stories, and conversations, the campaign engages our global community on this increasingly urgent topic. Where does our food come from? Why do we eat what we eat? And how can >> Read more

Farming First Interviews A4NH Director

In this video, listen to A4NH Director, John McDermott, as he uncovers the nutrition challenges that lie within the issue of food safety. (Interview published by Farming First , a global coalition for sustainable agricultural development.)  

Beyond 1000 Days: New Study Shows that Growth Faltering in Children Continues after Two Years of Age

(Contributor: Marcia MacNeil, IFPRI)   The world has rallied around the importance of good nutrition during a child’s first 1000 days – from conception to two years of age—to set up a lifetime of good health. With momentum from global movements such as 1000 Days and Scaling up Nutrition, it has been well documented that a >> Read more