This study was in rural Bangladesh tested the cost effectiveness of a home micronutrient powder food fortification programme for children under the
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In 2019, GAIN commissioned Philanthropy Advisors (PA), a consulting firm specialised in the evaluation of devel
Nutrition programmes within commodity value chains provide a unique opportunity to improve health outcomes for workers, farmers, their households,
Nutrition programmes within commodity value chains provide a unique opportunity to improve health outcomes for workers, farmers,
This study looks at research around the implementation of a nutrition programme in a garment factory in Bangladesh.
In 2018, GAIN and HarvestPlus created a partnership with the shared ambition to expand coverage of biofortified nutrient dense foods to at least 20
This short animated video from NutriFish1000 sets out the nutritional benefits of eating small fish in Bangladesh.
The readymade garment (RMG) industry significantly contributes to B
The Center for Strategic and International studies have looked at the impact of Feed the Future Investments in Bangladesh.
Partnership between Ipsos – a social market and research company, and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Partnership between Unilever, DSM, Gain, Mondelez, U.N.
The South Asia Food and Nutrition Security Initiative (SAFANSI) is an example of a multi
The cost of a nutritious meal is not fixed and it can be heavily dependent upon the season.
Chapter four of the Global Nutrition Report looks at diets as both a cause and a solution to malnutrition.
Case studies embedded in local political economy, covering: dairy value chains in Afghanistan, milk value chains in Bangladesh, flour fortification
This 21-page briefing by Society Works summarizes information on 152 social entrepreneurs working on food production, manufacturing, distribution,
Presentation by the BoP Innovation Centre – an independent foundation created to deliver a one-stop shop for business, investors, and advisors with
This is a detailed overview of why people did not take up fortified complementary foods in Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire, India, Bangladesh, and Vietnam.
Evidence from the Transform Nutrition Research consortium led by the International Food Policy Research Institute focusing on how to transform the
In this synopsis - aimed at business leaders, governments and implementing agencies - IFPRI and Nourishing Millions provide recommendations on how
In 2015 the Nourishing Millions project reviewed literature and case studies to show the evolution of nutrition during the past 50 years.