Partner CGIAR Centers

International Crop Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics International Institute of Tropical Agriculture World Fish International Food Policy Research Institute Bioversity International International Rice Research Institute International Livestock Research Institute International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas International Potato Center International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center International Center for Tropical Agriculture World Agroforestry Centre

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A woman eating rice with amaranth, hibiscus leaves, and peas in the Barotse floodplain, Zambia. (Credit: Bioversity International/E.Hermanowicz)

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.

Gathering of community health workers in Kenya (Photo credit: Molly Snell/PhotoShare)

A4NH convenes consultations with regional stakeholders

Agricultural and food systems in low- and middle-income countries are changing, in some places, quite rapidly, in ways that will have major impacts on population health. A4NH has been preparing for an expanded area of collaborative research done in partnership between the agricultural, public health, nutrition, and environmental research sectors—a partnership that can identify and >> Read more

Farmers work on a demonstration plot in Matayos Sub-County, Kenya. (Credit: A.Grasso)

Stories from the field: Biodiversity in Kenya

This is a series of stories from the field, written by US Borlaug Fellow, Alessandra Grasso, about her experience in Busia County,Kenya raising awareness about the value of biodiversity for food and nutrition in local communities, as part of the Biodiversity for Food and Nutrition (BFN) Project. 

Nancy Johnson and Agnes Quisumbing at LCIRAH

Gendered pathways and puzzles in agriculture-nutrition research

Agnes Quisumbing (Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI) recently participated in the 5th annual Leverhulme Centre for Integrative Research on Agriculture and Health (LCIRAH) conference, which focused this year on “agri-health research.” Returning from the conference, Agnes reflects on how far we’ve come in terms of recognizing gendered linkages within agriculture-nutrition research and where there are opportunities >> Read more