ANH Academy Week

The ANH Academy Week is a series of annual events that bring together the community of researchers and users of research (practitioners and policymakers) working at the intersection of agriculture, nutrition and health.

The objectives of the ANH Academy Week series is to foster knowledge exchange, innovation and learning around ANH research.

The ANH Academy Week consists of two interlinked components:

1) Learning Labs - a series of training sessions in interdisciplinary agriculture, nutrition and health research;

2) Research Conference - an abstract-driven symposium featuring oral presentations, poster sessions and keynotes speeches, as well as plenary round tables, side events and working group discussions.

The ANH Academy builds on the successful legacy of five agri-health research conferences organised in London by the Leverhulme Centre for  Integrative  Research  on  Agriculture  and  Health  (LCIRAH);  as  well  as  ongoing  events  and  activities  coordinated  under  the  CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH), which  is  led  by  the  International Food  Policy  Research  Institute  (IFPRI).

The first ANH Academy Week took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in June 2016. Read more and access resources
The next event will be held in Kathmandu, Nepal, in July 2017. Read more and register

Photo: ANH Academy members at the first event in Addis Ababa in June 2016