News and events

22 June 2017

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.

23 May 2017

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. 

Women in Kenya using mobile phones
16 May 2017

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. 

4 May 2017

IMMANA Fellow Dr. Abu Hayat Md. Saiful Islam blogs about the nexus between agriculture and nutrition in Bangladesh

2 May 2017

New conceptual framework for food environments: technical brief from the ANH Academy working group

1 May 2017

In this IMMANA webinar, Aulo Gelli and Noora Aberman from IFPRI are talking about their funded project in value chains.

10 March 2017

Call for abstracts: Deadline extended

21 February 2017
The food environment is a major influence on what we eat, and what we eat directly influences our nutrition, health, and well-being. However, despite these recognized links, there is a shortcoming on how we measure the food environment.
25 January 2017

A presentation on behalf of the Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition in South Asia (LANSA) programme

11 November 2016

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.

31 October 2016

ANH Academy member Rohit Parasar considers his Academy Week experience and what can be learnt from the Ethiopian context

10 October 2016

All the hightlights from the first annual Agriculture, Nutrition & Health Academy Week in Addis Ababa, June 2016.

3 October 2016

As interest in leveraging agriculture and food systems to optimise nutrition outcomes grows, there is an increasing demand for high quality metrics and methods to assess these causal mechanisms and evaluate policy and programme impacts.

During this webinar Round 1 IMMANA Fellows highlighted their research on developing new methodological approaches to guide agricultural interventions for nutrition improvement.