News and events
After presenting a poster at ANH2017, Ky Hoang tells us more about how women's empowerment can be promoted and strengthened through home gardening.
Selena Ahmed and Anna Herforth reflect on the importance of wild and cultivated foods in supporting food security, dietary quality, and cultural identity, and highlight that they are overlooked in food environments literature.
In the run-up to the ANH Academy Week, Sangeetha Rajeesh from LANSA is calling upon all researchers to join the LANSA-IMMANA Learning Lab on Research Uptake.
In the run-up to ANH Academy Week 2017 LANSA researchers share their expectations.
In the run-up to the ANH Academy Week 2017, S Raju from LANSA gives a sneak peek of his work on cereals that he'll be presenting at the conference.
In the run-up to ANH Academy Week 2017, Priya Rampal from LANSA blogs about the research on pulses in India that she will be presenting.
In the run-up to the ANH Academy Week in Kathmandu, Saba Aslam from CSSR blogs about the LANSA study on women’s work and nutrition to be presented at the conference.
In the run-up to the ANH Academy Week 2017, Caitlin Joseph from Tufts blogs about IMMANA Fellows' expectations of the event.
In the run-up to the ANH Academy Week 2017, Elena Martinez from A4NH blogs about one of the Learning Labs - on using the Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (WEAI) in nutrition-sensitive agricultural projects.
In this blog post, ANH Academy member Maria-Luiza Apostolescu, Public Policy Analyst from the Economist Intelligence Unit shares insights on developing the Food Sustainability Index.
Can mobile phones be used for monitoring nutrition at large scales in Africa? It depends on who is talking. Read more in the latest blog from the IMMANA-funded SCAN project.
IMMANA Fellow Dr. Abu Hayat Md. Saiful Islam blogs about the nexus between agriculture and nutrition in Bangladesh
Just how useful are conceptual frameworks? The team from IMMANA's SCAN project weigh up the merits of using detailed frameworks to reflect the complex interlinkages in agriculture, nutrition and health, versus keeping things simple, understandable and usable.