Understanding Agriculture to Nutrition Linkages: A Rapidly Moving Agenda

Published: September 2015 Author: Nutrition Innovation Lab
Presentations from Sept 30th, 2015 in Washington DC on research findings from the first 5 years of our research in Asia and Africa. These are the compiled slides from 8 separate presentations from: Patrick Webb, Patrick, Gerald Shively, Keith West, Shibani Ghosh, Nassul Kabunga, Robin Shrestha, Bernard Bashaasha, and Jeffrey Griffiths. To view the presentations, click on the presentation below to see the recording. Understanding Agriculture to Nutrition Linkages: A Rapidly Moving Agenda Maura Mack  Opening Statements Patrick Webb  Mapping Nutrition Innovation Lab Research: How does it all Continue reading →

Valuing Women’s Time in Nutrition

Published: June 2015 Author: Patrick Webb
Dr. Webb presents in London with the APPG. With renewed concerns for malnutrition in the context of post-2015 development framework, it is important to consider the directions taken by nutrition research and policy. Recent work in the areas of agriculture, nutrition and health is seeking to shed light on how agriculture can improve nutrition and health. Women are seen as important players in many of the pathways linking agriculture and nutrition. Women’s participation in agricultural work can contribute to nutrition via increased incomes, but it Continue reading →

Strengthening Policy Actions and Governance for Nutrition

Published: May 2015 Authors: Patrick Webb, Amanda Pomeroy
This is the joint Nutrition Lab/SPRING presentation to USAID on common research activities in Nepal and Uganda regarding policy and governance for nutrition.  It was presented May 5th, 2015 in Washington DC.