News and events

7 May 2019

The third webinar of the joint series in collaboration with Ag2Nut

3 May 2019

The ANH Academy teamed up with a group of London-based school students who employed geospatial methods to map their local food environments. Find out about the work and view the maps!

3 May 2019

Join us in London to hear about a recent public engagment initiative between the ANH Academy and Grey Coat School, in which 6th form students expored and mapped their local food environments. Chris Turner, who leads the ANH Academy Working Group on Food Environments, will introduce a session whereby the students will present their geospatial maps; highlighting the main findings, reflecting on the exercise, and discussing what can be learnt from employing food environment research methods to better understand food systems and diets. 

23 April 2019

The ANH Academy Week relocates each year in order to lower barriers to entry for the global community of researchers, practitioners and policymakers in agriculture-food systems, nutrition and health. Janet Hodur explores why India is a fitting host for this year's event. 

18 April 2019
Recent health statistics underscore an evolving and deeply complex nutrition situation in many low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).  Megan Deitchler introduces a short video developed by the Intake programme which provides an overview of the changing nutrition situation in LMICs and highlights how dietary data can be used to inform the design of evidence-based nutrition and agriculture policies and programs.
16 April 2019

Are you presenting at the upcoming ANH Academy Week in Hyderabad? Or would you just like to improve your presentation skills? This is a session for you!

12 March 2019

Dear ANH Academy members,
I would like to bring to your attention a Summer School on Global Challenges to Food Security hosted by SOAS University of London

I would be grateful if you could circulate this information among your students and colleagues. This will be particularly interesting for students and practitioners working on agriculture, food and nutrition in low and middle-income countries.  

7 March 2019

After having followed 120 farmers in Ghana, India, and Nepal for almost 3,500 days across a whole agricultural season, an IMMANA funded project exploring the use of accelerometry-based technologies for measuring energy expenditure has published a field manual for practitioners.

6 March 2019

This first webinar of the joint series in collaboration with Ag2Nut

6 March 2019

The second webinar of the joint series in collaboration with Ag2Nut

24 January 2019

The Agriculture, Nutrition & Health (ANH) Academy will hold its fourth Annual Agriculture, Nutrition and Health (ANH) Academy Week from 24 – 28 June 2019 in Hyderabad, India. 

The ANH Academy is a global research network of researchers and research users working at the nexus of agriculture and food systems for improved nutrition and health. It is part of the three workstreams of the Innovative Methods and Metrics for Agriculture and Nutrition Action (IMMANA) programme.

The ANH Academy is jointly coordinated by the Leverhulme Centre on Integrative Research in Agriculture and Health (LCIRAH), IMMANA and CGIAR's Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH).

Please register as a member of the Academy so that you can receive a notification of when the full programme goes live.

21 September 2018

On 25th September, London International Development Centre (LIDC) will be holding a Facebook Live discussion on the GCRF Global Engagement Networks funding call.

12 September 2018

During this webinar, organised jointly by ANH Academy and Ag2Nut, participants heard about key highlights and feedback from the ANH Academy Week 2018, which took place in June in Accra, Ghana.

30 August 2018

Janet Hodur from IFPRI is explaining why you should attend the upcoming 'Accelerating the end of hunger and malnutrition' event in Bangkok.

28 August 2018

When all you have to eat is tortillas and beans... - In our latest blog, IMMANA Grantees share insights from fieldwork in Guatemala.