Designing Nutrition-Sensitive Value Chain Projects

Governments and development agencies often invest in value chain projects as a way to link agricultural producers to markets, improving production and increasing producer incomes. But to meet the malnutrition problems of today, value chains must also deliver nutritious foods to consumers. To meet this challenge, James Garrett, Senior Research Fellow with Bioversity International and >> Read more

Event: Investing in Research – New Evidence Showing How a Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Program Improves Children’s Nutritional Status

Nutrition-sensitive agriculture programs can improve nutrition outcomes for young children, however documentation of the extent of their effectiveness has been limited. On Tuesday, December 12, IFPRI, Helen Keller International (HKI), and A4NH hosted a policy seminar to discuss recent evidence from Burkina Faso.

Online consultation now open: How can value chains be shaped to improve nutrition?

The Rome-based Agencies (RBAs) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)’s Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) are joining forces for an online consultation, which is now open through 17 April, entitled, “How can value chains be shaped to improve nutrition?”

Two Post-Doctoral Fellowships on Nutrition

A4NH partner, Bioversity International, is seeking qualified candidates for two vacant Post-Doctoral Fellowships related to nutrition and biodiversity.