Workshop: Better Targeting Food Safety Investments in Low and Middle Income Countries

Recent work by the WHO shows the health burden of foodborne disease is comparable to that of malaria, HIV/AIDS or tuberculosis. This workshop will further expose and explore the massively underestimated burden of foodborne disease and its likely causes.

Progress in designing and implementing the project-level WEAI

The second phase of the Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project (GAAP2) is hosted by A4NH. This blog, originally posted on the GAAP website, is part of a series of blogs about GAAP2 topics such as the inception workshop and developing a nutrition-sensitive measure of empowerment.   The Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project Phase Two (GAAP2) >> Read more

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

Developing a nutrition-sensitive pro-WEAI

This month on A4NH’s Gender-Nutrition Idea Exchange, we continue our series of blogs on the second phase of the Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Program (GAAP2). GAAP2 aims to develop a validated indicator to measure women’s empowerment in agricultural development programs (pro-WEAI) which includes a nutrition-specific module to be used by programs with nutrition outcomes. In this blog, >> Read more