Health, Nutrition, Sustainability: Exploring Opportunities for Future Food Systems

Food systems are transforming faster and faster throughout low and middle-income countries. While progress is being made towards ending hunger, there are challenges in ensuring these transformations provide diets that are healthy and sustainable. As population rates and incomes grow worldwide, increasingly, this progress has come at the expense of the environment and public health. While each >> Read more

Strategic Simplification to Create Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems in an Urbanizing World

  Food systems are shaped by consumption and demand – we need to always keep this in mind. This truth is increasingly obvious in middle and lower-middle income countries, with their dynamic economies and rapidly growing megacities.

Food Systems for Healthier Diets Seeks PhD Student in Global Nutrition

A4NH's Food Systems for Healthier Diets Flagship Research Program seeks a PhD student to focus on a research project in Vietnam and Nigeria. The project aims to improve fruit and vegetable intakes of urban, low-income consumers (especially women and youth as being the most vulnerable) in order to address the double burden of malnutrition.

A4NH Participates in Netherlands-CGIAR Planning Meeting

On June 21, 2018, A4NH Director John McDermott and others representing the program and CGIAR participated in a planning and evaluation meeting with officials from the Netherlands. The meeting comes two and a half years into the CGIAR-Netherlands Strategic Partnership.