Call for abstracts: Deadline extended
Save the date! ANH Academy Week 2017: 9-13 July 2017, Kathmandu
All the hightlights from the first annual Agriculture, Nutrition & Health Academy Week in Addis Ababa, June 2016.
This month's article: Mergesa, B. et al (2014), 'The role of livestock diversification in ensuring household food security under a changing climate in Borana, Ethiopia', Food Security, Vol 6, Issue 1.
AGRICULTURE, NUTRITION AND HEALTH (ANH) ACADEMY WEEK
21-24 June, Addis Ababa 2016
IFSTAL (Innovative Food Systems Teaching and Learning) programme is recruiting a Workplace Liaison Officer. The application closing date is 21st April 2016, and interviews will take place on 9th May.
More details are available here.
Registration for the ANH Academy is now open. See the Registration Page for more up to date details on the event.
NEOH - Network for Evaluation of One Health - Workshop and Management Committee meeting, 18-19 January 2016
NEOH is an open network that brings together people from a wide range of disciplines that have an interest in One Health and evaluation. The network is funded by EU COST- European Cooperation in Science and Technology.
LCIRAH is collaborating with other UK universities to deliver a new postgraduate education opportunity designed to tackle one of the biggest issues of our time - how to feed our growing global population sustainably.
The programme, “Innovative Food Systems Teaching and Learning” (IFSTAL), is the first inter-university collaboration in the UK that gives postgraduates a chance to study food systems.
A number of LCIRAH economists attended the 11th World Congress on Health Economics at University of Bocconi in Milan, held from July 12-15, 2015. This year the congress had a special focus on health economics and nutrition. The conference, attended by 1,400 international academics, saw a large number of organised sessions and individual presentations focusing on topics relevant to LCIRAH.
The ‘Innovative Food Systems Teaching and Learning’ (IFSTAL) is a HEFCE-funded collaboration across a consortium of five higher education institutions: the University of Oxford, City University London, the University of Reading, the University of Warwick and the Leverhulme Centre for Integrative Research on Agriculture and Health (LCIRAH).