Pushing the frontiers in ag-nutrition methods and metrics: IMMANA Round 1 Fellows share their research

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Wednesday, October 26, 2016 - 13:00 to 14:15

As interest in leveraging agriculture and food systems to optimise nutrition outcomes grows, there is an increasing demand for high quality metrics and methods to assess these causal mechanisms and evaluate policy and programme impacts.

During this webinar Round 1 IMMANA Fellows highlighted their research on developing new methodological approaches to guide agricultural interventions for nutrition improvement.

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Mieghan Bruce (Royal Veterinary College/Tanzania Veterinary Laboratory): Food system dynamics, animal disease and human nutrition in Tanzania

Rosemary Isoto (Ohio State University/Makerere University): Nutritional barriers to agricultural productivity in Uganda

Matilda Laar (McGill University/University of Ghana): School feeding programme implementation and child nutrition in Ghana

Cynthia Matare (Cornell University/ZVITAMBO): Women’s time use, agriculture and nutrition in Zambia

Bekele Megersa (Emory University/Hawassa University): Milk consumption, nutrition and health in southern Ethiopia

Nitya Mittal (Delhi School of Economics/Columbia University): Intra-household allocation and child nutrition in Bihar, India