3rd Agriculture, Nutrition & Health (ANH) Academy Week

IFPRI is participating extensively in the 3rd Annual Agriculture, Nutrition and Health (ANH) Academy Week.

The ANH Academy Week program will feature Learning Labs (training workshops) offered by ANH Academy partners, a scientific Research Conference with invited papers, poster and panel sessions, and many opportunities for networking with other researchers and research-users.

PresenterTitleDate Time
Noora-Lisa AbermanQualitative research methods for ANH researchJune 2511:00am to 12:30pm
Janet HodurCommunicate So Someone Hears You:  Tools to Effectively Reach Your Audiences (and Traps to Avoid)June 253:30pm to 5:30pm
Hazel MalapitIntegrating gender into ag-nutrition researchJune 25

 

3:30pm to 5:30pm

 

Namukolo CovicCollaborate:  A team player game to tackle food system challengesJune 26

 

10:30am to 12:00pm

 

Agnes QuisumbingJessica HeckertElena MartinezHazel MalapitUsing Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (WEAI) for nutrition sensitive programmingJune 2610:30am to 12:00 pm
Namukolo CovicCollaborate:  A team player game to tackle food system challengesJune 261:00 to 2:30 pm
Agnes QuisumbingJessica HeckertElena MartinezHazel MalapitUsing Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (WEAI) for nutrition sensitive programmingJune 261:00 to 2:30 pm
Agnes QuisumbingWhat dimensions of women’s empowerment matter for nutritional outcomes?  Evidence from six countries in Africa and AsiaJune 2710:10am to 10:20am
Kalle HirvonenAdoption of a government-led homestead gardening program in EthiopiaJune 2711:35am to 11:45am
Derek HeadeyRe-assessing Africa’s health and nutritional outcomes through the lens of its diverse farming systemsJune 2711:35am to 11:45am
Abdullah Al MamunImpact of different agroecosystems on household food consumption, health outcomes and autonomy of adolescent girls in seafood farming communities in BangladeshJune 2712:25pm to 12:35pm
Marco SantacroceSome good food today or some advice on better food choices for tomorrow?June 273:25pm to 3:35pm
Michael Tedla DiressieOn the radio:  Using serial mini-dramas to promote orange sweet potato in UgandaJune 273:35pm to 3:45pm
Aulo GelliCommunity-based early childhood development center platform promoting diversified diets and food production improves the adequacy of nutrient intake of pre-school children in Malawi:  A cluster randomized trialJune 273:55pm to 4:05pm
Jessica HeckertDevelopment and validation of a health and nutrition empowerment module for the Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture IndexJune 289:00am to 9:10am
Caitlin HerringtonCountry prioritization for biofortified crop interventions across Africa, Asia, and Latin AmericaJune 289:20am to 9:30am
Keith LividiniThe impact of agricultural specialization and trade on inadequate nutrient consumption over timeJune 2811:30am to 11:40am
Beliyou HaileWhat are the nutritional effects of climatic and weather shocks?  Evidence from Sub-Saharan AfricaJune 284:25pm to 4:35pm
Alan de BrauwMarket access and changes in the structure of food consumption:  evidence from NigeriaJune 299:00am to 10:20am
Jef LeroyThe impact of reducing dietary aflatoxin exposure on child linear growth in Kenya: a cluster randomized control trialJune 291:50pm to 3:25pm