A look at IFPRI's Agriculture, Nutrition, and Gender Linkages (ANGeL) project, which aims to identify actions and investments that will help to improve nutrition and empower women.
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A guide to IFPRI's comprehensive, revealing household survey.
New IFPRI data show this traditional practice has declined, which should have positive social and health benefits.
The estimated societal costs of non-communicable chronic diseases caused by unhealthy diets, such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease, are now greater than those due to undernutrition in most regions of the world. Furthermore, according to a study…
Proximity to food markets is associated with better diets – and, in some instances, with lower child under-nutrition rates
Project Spotlight: Mitigating Aflatoxin Consumption for Improving Child Growth in Eastern Kenya (MAICE)