Stakeholders Consider Food Systems for Healthier Diets in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is undergoing a significant food system transformation as the result of increases in urbanization and incomes.

Managing Partners Key to A4NH Phase II Strategy

As the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH) enters its second phase, a group of seven organizations who comprise the program’s managing partners will be key to enacting its research strategy.

The Future for Food Systems

A4NH joined together with one of its newest partners, Wageningen University & Research Centre (Wageningen UR), based in the Netherlands, to co-host a thought-provoking discussion on 'The Future for Food Systems' for an audience of about 100 researchers and experts from the private sector, government, and civil society organizations.  The November 4th event was organized within the framework >> Read more

Understanding diverse landscapes and improved nutrition in Zambia

*Adapted from original blog post written by Minke Stadler on the Wageningen University website. What are nutrition-sensitive landscapes? The study of nutrition-sensitive landscapes explores opportunities to build diversity into landscapes and local food systems to improve human and environmental health. Increasing farm productivity and diversification of nutritious food crops are key issues in agricultural development, >> Read more