This is the third webinar in the series “Agriculture-Nutrition-Health linkages: Research in the African context”.
News and events
The purpose of this webinar is to introduce Postdoctoral Fellowships on Innovative Methods and Metrics for Agriculture and Nutrition Actions (IMMANA Fellowships) to prospective applicants.
In this webinar awardees of Postdoctoral Fellowships on Innovative Methods and Metrics for Agriculture and Nutrition Actions (IMMANA Fellowships) presented findings from their research.
Catch up up what happened at the second annual Agriculture, Nutrition & Health Academy Week in Kathmandu, July 2017. Co-hosted with the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Nutrition
This event inaugurates a new webinar series “Agriculture-Nutrition-Health linkages: Research in the African context”.
IMMANA is presenting in a satellite session at the IUNS 21st International Congress for Nutrition, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 15-20 October 2017.
This is a second event in the new Webinar Series “Agriculture-Nutrition-Health linkages: Research in the African context”.
Meet five early career researchers who have been awarded IMMANA Fellowships under Round 3.
After presenting a poster at ANH2017, Ky Hoang tells us more about how women's empowerment can be promoted and strengthened through home gardening.
Trade, investment and nutrition: opportunities and challenges for policy coherence
Trade and investment liberalization has had far-reaching implications for food systems and nutrition. This seminar will examine the pathways through which trade impacts on nutrition, and explore opportunities to improve policy coherence in an era in which public health policy space is increasingly constrained by international trade and investment agreements.
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.
The interaction between food, nutrition, and human disease is a rapidly evolving area of research. The Winter School’s program “Food & Health” will bridge the gap between different disciplines by offering a strong multidisciplinary environment, where students will have the opportunity to follow a variety of sequentially related courses on food quality and health. This Winter School program focusses on the most relevant aspects of food quality and human nutrition, in order to understand how they are related and how they affect human health, through dietary habits.
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.