Social safety nets combined with nutrition behavior-change communication reduces childhood stunting.
Through field-level trainings for farm households, the Agriculture, Nutrition, and Gender Linkages (ANGeL) project is exploring how who trains you—a man or a woman—affects behavior change. In the ANGeL Project, female community nutrition workers (CNWs) are key conduits of nutrition knowledge. IFPRI and Helen Keller International recently brought together 25 CNWs for a focused training on […]
ANGeL project team brings government officials and farm families together for training and feedback.
IFPRI, in collaboration with USAID, convened the roundtable “Building on Progress: Partnering to Further Reduce Poverty, Hunger, and Malnutrition in Bangladesh.” The discussion focused on making nutrition-driven policies and programs, scaling up past successes, identifying gaps in knowledge and data, and understanding the role of women and girls. IFPRI Director General Dr. Shenggen Fan presented […]