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Academy Week Research Conference
Date and Time
From: 30 June 2023, 11:30
To: 30 June 2023, 12:15 - CAT (GMT+2)
Street: ANH2023 (Online & Malawi) (4276)

-13.953950331269, 33.79164839411

Open Full Event Poster session 30 June ANH2023

Times for this event are in CAT.

Room: NJOBVU (for onsite poster viewing session)
On ANH Academy Spatial room (for online poster viewing session)



The posters presented on the 27, 28 and 29 June will be on display both in-person in Lilongwe and online on Spatial. Attendees and presenters will have the opportunity to further discuss/views the presenters' work.


Please vote for your favourite poster until 15:30 of 30 June. The voting form can be found here!


Please click on "Abstract" to see the abstract of their research. Posters will be available in "View Poster" in June.

  1. Development Of A Process To Implement The Agrifood Tool To Inform Multi-Stakeholder Decision-Making On How To Strengthen Local Food Systems To Improve Nutrition In Rural Malawi | Frank Tchuwa, Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR) | View Poster
  2. Context Matters: Oil Palm Production And Women'S Dietary Diversity In The Tropical Forest Of Cameroon | Geogette Lumnwi, Women-In-Action | View Poster
  3. Challenging The Productivist Paradigm: A Food Sovereignty And Nutrition-Sensitive Approach To Tilapia Aquaculture In Sub-Saharan AfricaAlexander Kaminski, Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling | View Poster
  4. Zimbabwe's Rural Food Systems In Jeopardy: Sacrificing The Local For The National | Anna Brazier, Independent Researcher | View Poster
  5. Systematic Review Of Fiscal Policies In Nutrition | Jane Hammaker, 3ie | View Poster
  6. Fruit And Non-Starchy Vegetable Acquisition And Supply In Solomon Islands: Opportunities For Improved Food System Outcomes | Penny Farrell, The University of Sydney | View Poster
  7. A Quantitative Content Analysis Of The Nutrition Sensitivity Of Food And Agriculture Policies In Ghana's Food And Agriculture Sector | Priscilla Boadi, McGill University | View Poster
  8. Food Insecurity And Low Dietary Diversity Contribute To Malnutrition In Secondary City Populations In Bangladesh, Kenya, And Rwanda: Time To Strengthen Urban Food Systems | Tanja Barth-Jaeggi, Swiss TPH | View Poster
  9. The Impossible Choice? Balancing Policy Paradigms To Strengthen Food Systems In The PacificDorah Wilson, The University of Woollongong | View Poster
  10. The Development And Initial Findings Of The Mothers' Milk Tool A Global Tool To Value The Economic Contribution Of Women Through Breastfeeding | Julie Smith, Australian National University | View Poster
  11. Taking A Food Systems Approach To Policymaking For Better Diets And Nutrition: A Resource For Policymakers | Caroline Andridge, Results for Development | View Poster
  12. A Rapid Realist Review Of Household Gardening Interventions For Improving Vegetable Consumption In Low- And Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) | Andre Flores, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex | View Poster
  13. Effects Of Nutrition-Sensitive Child-Owned Poultry Intervention On Egg Intake, Anthropometry, Gross Motor Development, Anemia And Morbidity Status Among Young Children In Southern Ethiopia:  Cluster-Randomized Community TrialAnteneh Omer Ali, School of Nutrition, Food Science and Technology, College of Agriculture, Hawassa University | View Poster
  14. Effect Of Integrated Homestead Farming On Diet Quality Improvement And Maternal And Child Nutrition In Dedza District In Malawi | Bannet Gwaza, LUANAR | View Poster
  15. The Costs Of Complex Multisectoral Interventions For Improved Nutrition Outcomes: Findings From The SEEMS-Nutrition Common Approach | Carol Levin, University of Washington | View Poster
  16. Agronomic Biofortification Improves The Grain Zinc And Iron Concentration Of Ethiopian Finger Millet Varieties: Suitable Approach To Fight Hidden HungerDemeke Senbetu, Addis Ababa University | View Poster
  17. Understanding The Costs Of A Scaled-Up Integrated Nutrition Intervention In Nepal |  Sagun K.C., Helen Keller Intl | View Poster
  18. Contribution Of Gliricidia Green Leaf Biomass On Crop Nutrient Properties | Joyce Njoloma, Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resoutces | View Poster
  19. Impact Of Microcredit With Inputs On Diets, Nutrition And Health: An Evidence From Panel Data Of Unprivileged Households In Bangladesh | M. Mizanur Rahman Sarker, Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University | View Poster
  20. Association Between Crop Production Diversity And Child Nutritional Status In India | M Sripriya Reddy, Jawaharlal Nehru University | View Poster
  21. Behavioural And Institutional Factors Driving Stunting In Five Counties In Kenya: A Qualitative Study | Chantalle Okondo, Population Council | View Poster
  22. What Women And Men In Farming Households Eat And Where They Get Their Food From A Preliminary Analysis Of Household Data From Rural Andhra Pradesh, IndiaAlexandra Bellows, Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Systems, University of Edinburgh | View Poster
  23. Characteristics Of Food Environments That Influence Food Acquisition And Diets Of Women In Low-And Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Scoping Review | Lydia O'Meara, Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich | View Poster
  24. Climate Changes And Future Predictions Of Seafood Availability In Bangladesh | Abdullah-Al Mamun, Noakhali Science and Technology University, Bangladesh | View Poster
  25. Quantifying The Biodiversity Pressure Of Healthy Diets In South Africa, India, And The UK | Abbie Chapman, University College London Institute for Sustainable Resources | View Poster
  26. Characterizing Local Food Environments In The Lower Mekong River Communities Of Cambodia | Serey Sok, Royal University of Phnom Penh | View Poster
  27. Climate Change And Nutrition: Qualitative Assessment Of The Challenges And Programme Responses In Four African CountriesAnne-Marie Mayer, Independent | View Poster
  28.  Conflict Exposure And Food Consumption Pathways During And After Conflict: Evidence From Northern Uganda |ANNET ADONG, Center for Development Research, University of Bonn and Makerere University | View Poster
  29. The Effects Of Remittances On Household Food Nutrition In The Occurrence Of Multiple Shocks In Malawi David Zingwe, University of Malawi | View Poster
  30. How Does Transport Costs Affect Price Dispersion Of Nutrient-Dense Foods Across Markets In Rural Malawi? | Stevier Kaiyatsa, The University of Sheffield | View Poster

  31. Impact Of Insurgency And Banditry On Food Insecurity, Farmers' Income, Households' Diet And Nutritional Status In Northeast NigeriaUsman Ibrahim, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria | View Poster

  32. Poster cancelled.

  33. Links Between Household Agricultural Production Diversity, Food Price Volatility And Household Food Security: Evidence From MalawiMrignyani Sehgal, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign | View Poster

  34. Household-Level Coverage Of Iron-Biofortified Beans In The Northern Province Of RwandaTheogene Dusingizimana, University of Rwanda | View Poster

  35. Poster cancelled.

  36. An Agricultural Livelihood Intervention During Pregnancy Is Feasible And Reduces Food InsecurityCraig R. Cohen, University of California, San Francisco, CA, USA | View Poster

  37. Contribution Of Foods Produced At Home Vs. Purchased To Adult And Child Dietary Diversity And Child Nutrient Intakes:  Results From The Effects TrialSavannah OMalley, Purdue University | View Poster

  38. Agri-Food Companies Reaching Lower-Income Populations With Nutritious Foods: What'S Been Tried, And What Actually Works?Stella Nordhagen, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition | View Poster

  39. Food Product Development As Tool For Transformation Of Diets For Improved Nutrition: A Case Of Fish Enriched Complementary Foods In MalawiTinna Ng'ong'ola-Manani, Department of Food Science & Technology, Lilongwe University of Agriculture & Natural Resources, Malawi | View Poster

  40. Does Empowerment With A Single Food Resource Cushion Rural Women Of Reproductive Age From Increased Risks Of Inadequate Nutrient Intakes In Times Of Limited Food Availability?Zione Kalumikiza Chikumbu, Department of Public Health, Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (KUHeS) | View Poster

  41. Food Production And Consumption In Ten Countries - Identifying And Visualising Potentials For Increasing Dietary Diversity Of Mothers And Children | Daniel Pfaff, GIZ | View Poster

  42. Psychological Predictors Of High-Iron Beans Consumption Behaviour In Tanzania: Applying Theory Of Planned Behaviour (TPB) And Health Belief Model (HBM)Eward Mushi, University of Dar es Salaam | View Poster

  43. A Food Systems Approach To Understanding And Supporting The Contributions Of Small Pelagic Fish To Human Diets In Salima, MalawiLizzie Saka, University of Greenwich | View Poster

  44. Eating Away From Home In Vietnam And Burkina Faso: Navigating A Changing Food Environment In Emerging CountriesElodie Maitre D'Hotel, CIRAD | View Poster

  45. Social, Behavioral And Food Environmental Determinants Of Obesity In School Children: Evidence From A Mixed Methods Study In IndiaPanchali Moitra, Sir Vithaldas Thackersey College Of Home Science, SNDT Women's University | View Poster

  46. A Photovoice Study On Healthy Diets And Mabisi Consumption In Adults From Southern And Eastern ZambiaTaonga Chirwa-Moonga, Wageningen University and Research and University of Zambia | View Poster

  47. The Role Of Social Media In The Food System: Influence On Adolescent Mental Health And Obesity | Laurence Blanchard, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine | View Poster

  48. An Assessment Of Food System Measures For Healthy, Inclusive And Sustainable Transformations In IndiaPrantika Das, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad | View Poster

  49. Evaluating Nutritional Outcomes And Environmental Impacts Of Food And Nutrition Systems Using Interdisciplinary MethodsStephanie Horn, University of Stirling 

  50. Can The Gambian Food System Provide Healthy Food While Coping With Increasing Demand And Climate Change?Tony Carr, LSHTM | View Poster

  51.  A Raindrop Never Feels Responsible For The Flood: Revisiting The Empirical Relationship Between Climate Shocks And Food SecurityJoshua Kafotokoza, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations | View Poster

  52. Estimating Current Cambodian Diets And A Comparison To The Planetary Health DietLais Miachon, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University | View Poster

  53. Assessment Of The Food And Nutrient Intake, Dietary Quality And Quantity And The Impact Of Increasing Pulse Consumption (Such As Faba Bean) Of The UK Population On Health And Environmental Outcomes Using The NDNS DatabaseYankho Kaimila, University of Reading | View Poster

  54. Food Environment Toolkit To Inform Consumer-Driven Food Market System Programming For Better Maternal And Child Nutrition: Learning From A Practical Application In Rural Lilongwe District, MalawiBeverly Laher, Kamuzu University of Health Sciences | View Poster

  55. Linking Gender Approaches Of A Multisectoral Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Intervention With Indicators Of Women'S Empowerment In Rural Ghana: A Mixed-Methods StudyAishat Abdu, School of Human Nutrition, McGill University | View Poster

  56. Adaptation To Climate Change In The Indian Himalayas: A Complex Challenge Compounded By Social Differentiation And Vulnerabilities Neha Yadav, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, India | View Poster

  57. Is Women's Empowerment Bearing Fruit?: Reviewing Evidence Generated By The Women'S Empowerment In Agriculture Index (Weai) To Inform The Gender And Food Systems FrameworkSimone Faas, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) | View Poster

  58. Effect Of Household Livestock Production On Risk Of Childhood Anemia In A Low Income Setting: A Propensity Score Matching AnalysisTaddese Zerfu, Global Academy of Agriculture & Food Systems (GAAFS); College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Dilla University, Ethiopia. | View Poster

  59. Impacts Of Shamba Maisha Agricultural And Finance Intervention On Agricultural Production And Nutritional Status For Kenyans Living With HIVTammy Nicastro, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London and University of California, San Francisco | View Poster

  60. Does Inclusion In The Food Environment Mean Better Food Security? Insights From The Lived Experiences Of Communities In Thailand And Lao PdrMarco Haenssgen, Bristol Medical School, University of Bristol | View Poster

  61. Prevalence And Factors Associated With Dietary Diversity And Food Insecurity In A Rural Community Of A Small Island Developing StateJioje Fesaitu, University of the South Pacific | View Poster

  62. Measuring Urbanicity And Its Influence On Food Security Across Nepal's Agroecological ZonesElizabeth Graham, School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University | View Poster

  63. Mapping Real-Time Child Malnutrition In India Using Machine LearningLiza von Grafenstein, IDinsight | View Poster

  64. Poster cancelled.

  65. What Can Data From The Diet Quality Questionnaire Say About The Sustainability Of Diets?Anna Herforth, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health | View Poster

  66. Food Environment Methods, Tools, And Metrics To Support Healthy Diets In Low- And Middle-Income CountriesShauna Downs, USAID Advancing Nutrition | View Poster

  67. A Secondary Data Analysis Method To Identify Priority Foods For Local Food Composition Data StudiesLiberty Mlambo, School of Biosciences, University of Nottingham | View Poster

  68. Adapting The Global Farm Metric (GFM) Sustainability Metric For MalawiDavid Banda, Soils, Food, and Healthy Communities | View Poster

  69. An Open Methodology To Create Reproducible Micronutrient Biomarker Data AnalysisLouise Ander, University of Nottingham | View Poster

  70. Food Composition Data: A Transparent Open Framework To Compile Reproducible Food Composition Tables And DatabasesLucia Segovia de la Revilla, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine/ University of Nottingham | View Poster

  71. Measurement Of Diets That Are Healthy, Sustainable, Affordable And Equitable: A Scoping Review Of Metrics, Findings, And Research Gaps | Julia Matteson, Tufts University, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy | View Poster

  72. Development And Optimization Of The Questionnaire For Knowledge Assessment With Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Scale (KANSAS) | Shirisha Junuthula, National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management (MANAGE) | View Poster

  73. Healthier Diets Associated With Better Mental Health In Low- And Middle-Income Countries: A Meta-Analysis | Leisha Beardmore, Teachers College, Columbia University | View Poster

  74. Modelling The Potential Contribution of OFSP To Meeting Vitamin A Requirements In Malawi Using HCES | Gareth Osman, Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources | View Poster

  75. Crossover-Use of Human Antibiotics In Livestock In Agricultural Communities: A Qualitative Cross-Country Comparison Between Uganda, Tanzania And IndiaJessica Myers, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine | View Poster

  76. Farmers And Smallholders In The Foodsheds Of Rwandan Secondary Cities: Understanding Beliefs And Practices To Bolster Consumer And Agricultural Interventions For Increased Production And Consumption Of Nutritious And Agroecologically Produced Foods.Puja Peyden Tshering, Sight and Life Foundation | View Poster

  77. Enhancing Children's Diets Requires More Than Raising Maternal Awareness: Results From A Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial Of A Multi-Sectoral Nutrition-Sensitive Social Behavior Change InterventionStacy Griswold, Tufts University | View Poster

  78. Decentralized Decision Support System For Climate Smart Agriculture: Economics Of A Dashboard ApproachMousumi K Bhattacharjee, Tata Institute Of Social Sciences, Hyderabad; Asia-Pacific Human Dev & Capability Association | View Poster

  79. Climate Change, Health, And Food Security Dynamics Among Women Oyster Harvesters In The Gambia, West Africa | Neville Suh, Ege University | View Poster

  80. Climate-Smart Agriculture And Food Security: Cross-Country Evidence From West AfricaMartin Paul Jr Tabe-Ojong, IFPRI | View Poster

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