Janet Hodur from IFPRI is explaining why you should attend the upcoming 'Accelerating the end of hunger and malnutrition' event in Bangkok.
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When all you have to eat is tortillas and beans... - In our latest blog, IMMANA Grantees share insights from fieldwork in Guatemala.
IMMANA Fellow Dr Aissatou Ouedraogo sheds light on early childhood nutrition and social networks in Burkina Faso.
Nornoo K.A. Julius from University of Ghana shares his experience of volunteering at ANH 2018.
Ayesha Mysorewala, Research Associate at the Collective for Social Science Research, Pakistan, reflects on her time in Ghana.
Our new blog post considers current research on food safety, identifies areas for additional work and suggests ways to make research on food safety in low and middle-income countries more robust and replicable.
IMMANA Fellow Taddese A. Zerfu from Ethiopia blogs about factors behind maternal anemia in low income settings.
Namukolo Covic from A4NH tells why she is looking forward to ANH Academy Week 2018.
Udayan Rathore, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, blogs about social safety nets and women's empowerment.
In our latest blog post, Andrea Spray provides an update from her IMMANA-funded project Using Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) to understand the relationships between labour-saving agricultural innovations, women’s time use and maternal and child nutrition outcomes.
In this blog post, IMMANA Grantee Dr. Giacomo Zanello from University of Reading describes the use of activity trackers to measure energy expenditure in agricultural and rural livelihoods.
IMMANA Fellow Chris Conz shares his thoughts on nutrition and history in Lesotho.
Can well-designed programmes for agricultural asset transfers to rural women lead to positive nutritional outcomes? The Collective for Social Science Research is trying to find out.
The ANH Academy used an adapted version of the 'Diet Dimensions' policy game to co-lead a session at the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement's Global Gathering. Read about the workshop and how you can adapt the game for different audiences, too.
IMMANA grantee David Little of Stirling University blogs from the WorldFish Global Workshop on Nutrition-sensitive Fish Agri-food Systems, Siem Reap, Cambodia