Nutrition programmes within commodity value chains provide a unique opportunity to improve health outcomes for workers, farmers, their households,
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Nutrition programmes within commodity value chains provide a unique opportunity to improve health outcomes for workers, farmers,
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 study summarises the findings of research undertaken by GAIN and NewForesight to explore the business case for investing in and implementing n
This paper provides a business case for investing in India.
Partnership between Ipsos – a social market and research company, and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
FoodSwitch is an example of innovation that is empowering consumers to make smarter nutrition decisions.
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.
One-page correspondence in the Lancet looking at the benefit of investing in workplace wellness programmes in India.
Nearly half of India’s population suffer from micronutrient deficiency.
Case studies embedded in local political economy, covering: dairy value chains in Afghanistan, milk value chains in Bangladesh, flour fortification
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
This short report gives an overview of rice fortification literature indexed in PubMed, including examples of successful public private engagement