Network for Evaluation of One Health

Agriculture for Nutrition and Health Newsletter


Mar 18


A4NH – the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health
A Note from the Director:
With 2018 well under way, February finds a great deal happening across A4NH’s research flagships, in each of our focus countries, and beyond. Read on for recent highlights, and keep in touch with us anytime by visiting
our website. Thank you for your continued support and interest in our work!
– John McDermott, A4NH Program Director

Using Biodiversity Indicators to Shape Food Systems Recommendations: New research from Bioversity International and others, funded by A4NH, explores how these indicators can help policymakersidentify improvements for food systems.

Improving Food Safety in Cambodia: Stronger collaboration between government ministries and food safety researchers was one recommendation from this meeting co-hosted by ILRI for A4NH’s Food Safety Research Flagship.

Food Security in Far West Nepal: When men migrate to India in search of employment, the latest post on GNIEexamines food security impacts to the households they leave behind.

Common Goals in Climate and Nutrition: A4NH Director John McDermott and CCAFS Director Bruce Campbell share their thoughts on where these two issues intersect, and how policies can be designed to improve them both.

HLPE Report Considers Food Systems and Nutrition: The US presentation of the report, cohosted by A4NH, examined challenges and opportunities for nutrition as food systems evolve. 
Of Note
ANH Academy 2018: Mark your calendar! ANH Academy Week registration will open March 21.

Research Flagship News: Hear from flagship leaders on their work! Videos now available on the flagship pages of the A4NH website.

The Future of Livestock: A4NH Director John McDermott joined the panel at this IFPRI event.

Public-Private Partnerships: In late 2017, A4NH convened a conversation about public-private partnerships and the nutrition agenda. Video of the session is now available

Follow A4NH on Twitter!To get regular updates on A4NH work, find us at @A4NH_CGIAR.