The third webinar of the joint series in collaboration with Ag2Nut
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After having followed 120 farmers in Ghana, India, and Nepal for almost 3,500 days across a whole agricultural season, an IMMANA funded project exploring the use of accelerometry-based technologies for measuring energy expenditure has published a field manual for practitioners.
This first webinar of the joint series in collaboration with Ag2Nut
The second webinar of the joint series in collaboration with Ag2Nut
The Agriculture, Nutrition & Health (ANH) Academy will hold its fourth Annual Agriculture, Nutrition and Health (ANH) Academy Week from 24 – 28 June 2019 in Hyderabad, India.
The ANH Academy is a global research network of researchers and research users working at the nexus of agriculture and food systems for improved nutrition and health. It is part of the three workstreams of the Innovative Methods and Metrics for Agriculture and Nutrition Action (IMMANA) programme.
The ANH Academy is jointly coordinated by the Leverhulme Centre on Integrative Research in Agriculture and Health (LCIRAH), IMMANA and CGIAR's Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH).
Please register as a member of the Academy so that you can receive a notification of when the full programme goes live.
During this webinar, organised jointly by ANH Academy and Ag2Nut, participants heard about key highlights and feedback from the ANH Academy Week 2018, which took place in June in Accra, Ghana.
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Nornoo K.A. Julius from University of Ghana shares his experience of volunteering at ANH 2018.
The third ANH Academy Week was held in Accra, Ghana last week (25-29 June) following successful events in Nepal in 2017 and Ethiopia in 2016. By taking ANH to different locations each year, we aim to enable collaboration between colleagues from across the world. This year over 350 people attended from 52 countries.
Ayesha Mysorewala, Research Associate at the Collective for Social Science Research, Pakistan, reflects on her time in Ghana.
Our new blog post considers current research on food safety, identifies areas for additional work and suggests ways to make research on food safety in low and middle-income countries more robust and replicable.
Are you presenting at the upcoming ANH Academy Week in Accra? Or would you just like to improve your presentation skills? This is a session for you!
The next ANH Academy and the African Nutrition Society will explore sustainable integration of edible insects as nutrient resources in Zimbabwe.