Recently the professional debate has shifted from increasing income and local availability of nutrient-dense foods to reducing food insecurity and malnutrition. However, food preferences and traditions are more and more recognised as critical factors. A new working paper shows how to integrate nutrition-related activities into agricultural value chain programs.
The SEWOH programme presents popular recipes, rich in vitamins, proteins and minerals and prepared by local people
Each year 20m youths will be entering African labour market in the coming decades, while only 3m are expected to be able to find jobs. In this in-depth interview the manager of the sector project Agricultural Policy and Food Security, calls for more innovative initiative to ensure that these generations will have an opportunity for a better life.
The experts who participated in the event in Bonn speak about the importance of social protection schemes for development cooperation
The FSNR working group points to an article jointly published by USAID, ODI and Sida. It examines the extent to which cash transfer programmes can improve child nutrition
To start on collaborating and communicating better between the programmes in the West Africa region, the country teams of Benin and Togo organised a bilateral meeting
USAID desk review of programmes integrating family planning with food security and nutrition
Celebrated artist promotes healthy diets among rural communities – Campaign about to start