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The role of the ‘missing middle’ in combatting hunger and malnutrition

Middle-income countries, including Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, and Mexico, are home to nearly half of the world’s hungry, despite their status as rising economic powerhouses. The latest Global Food Policy Report (GFPR) for 2014-2015, published by IFPRI, highlights the critical role of this group in any strategy that aims to effectively combat hunger and malnutrition >> Read more

Gudrun Keding recieves poster award. Credit: Bioversity International.

Putting agricultural biodiversity back on the nutrition agenda

[Cross-posted from the Bioversity International website.] Around 350 participants gathered in Stuttgart, Germany, last week for the 2nd International Congress Hidden Hunger organized by the University of Hohenheim.

Agri-Gender journal launches

A4NH is excited to announce the launch of the Journal of Gender, Agriculture and Food Security (Agri-Gender), a new open access, peer-reviewed and refereed journal published by the Africa Centre for Gender, Social Research and Impact Assessment.

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Is gender inequality the main roadblock to achieving nutrition targets? The Global Nutrition Report on gender equality

Reposted with permission from Lawrence Haddad's blog, Development Horizons. To mark International Women's Day I wanted to write about something that has been niggling me. While the Global Nutrition Report has been well received, one of the things people said we could have done better was to draw out messages about women and gender.  I agree, hence this blog. What >> Read more