Indicators of Affordability of Nutritious Diets in Africa (IANDA)

Project Summary
Duration:
24 months (from September 2015)
Value:
£249,887
Countries of research:
Ghana, Tanzania
Awardees
Tufts University

 

Co-PIs: Anna Herforth, Tufts University and Jennifer Coates, Tufts University

Collaborators:

Rebecca Heidkamp, Johns Hopkins University
William Masters, Tufts University
Daniel Sarpong, University of Ghana
Fulgence Joseph Mishili, Sokoine University of Agriculture
Joyce Kinabo, Sokoine University of Agriculture

Videos:
Dr. Anna Herforth talks about her IMMANA-funded project 'Indicators of Affordability of Nutritious Diets in Africa (IANDA)'
Anna Herforth presents her team's work on creating Indicators of Affordability of Nutritious Diets through the IANDA project based at Tufts University.
ANH2018, Ghana: Indicators of Affordability of Nutritious Diets in Africa: Food prices that reflect nutritious food.
Ag2Nut/ANH Academy Webinar: The cost and affordability of nutritious diets