News and events
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.
IMMANA is looking for a Research Assistant/ Research Fellow to produce a a gap map of methods and metrics in agriculture-nutrition research.
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.
IMMANA Fellow Taddese A. Zerfu from Ethiopia blogs about factors behind maternal anemia in low income settings.
This event is part of the Webinar Series “Agriculture-Nutrition-Health linkages: Research in the African context” jointly designed by ANH Academy and African Nutrition Society to serve as a platform for learning and sharing amongst early career researchers.
Namukolo Covic from A4NH tells why she is looking forward to ANH Academy Week 2018.
This International Women's Day, read about what IMMANA projects are doing on gender, agriculture, nutriiton and health.
Udayan Rathore, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, blogs about social safety nets and women's empowerment.
The 2rd Annual ANH Academy Week will take place in Accra, Ghana from 25 - 29 June 2018. For more information visit: http://anh-academy.org/anh2018-save-date
On Women In Science Day 2018, Thalia Sparling talks about her journey so far with Anna Marry.
The deadline for abstract submissions for the 3rd ANH Academy Week has been extended
11 February marks International Day of Women and Girls in Science. IMMANA is joining in to applaud women scientists involved in the programme.
In our latest blog post, Andrea Spray provides an update from her IMMANA-funded project Using Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) to understand the relationships between labour-saving agricultural innovations, women’s time use and maternal and child nutrition outcomes.