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IFPRI May 17
Marie Ruel: poor quality diets are driving the many forms of malnutrition today...accounting for 1 in 5 deaths worldwide. Tune LIVE into our policy seminar now to learn more about addressing these critical issues
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A4NH_CGIAR May 17
Be sure to tune in for this seminar on urban happening now
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A4NH_CGIAR May 16
Proud to share on for healthier diets at yesterday's event in Addis Ababa. Thanks to donors and development partners! More exciting research shared from across CGIAR at
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Baba Wieland May 15
Exciting opportunity to present the to donors and development partners at the event in Addis Ababa
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IFPRI May 15
Urban are changing rapidly, with the urban poor facing both and associated health problems. Why we need more data and research – IFPRI’s Marie Ruel
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Zoonoses & EID May 15
Our colleague from describes why outbreaks often recur in the same areas
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IFPRI May 15
Transformations across the whole food system are needed to support diet improvements in Ethiopia. See more about how work incl. is building on Ethiopia's success to ensure improved productivity leads to improved health
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Andre Zandstra May 15
Young, passionate, engaged voices from the field sharing real-time updates on innovations in .
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Melle Leenstra May 15
Great lightning pitches by young scientists on , business cases to scale and in adoption of irrigation technologies. Proud that invests in such development relevant research!
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IMMANA May 1
Our webinar To Present or Not To Present: Designing Powerful Presentations with 's Jamed Falik will start soon. Please join us and learn how to improve your presentation skills. Register here:
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A4NH_CGIAR Apr 30
Join us Wednesday at 10AM EDT for tips and insights on improving your presentations ahead of !
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Rachel Lambert Apr 25
Just registered for an exciting set of events at Academy 2019 in Hyderabad - register now or check out how to follow online -
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A4NH_CGIAR Apr 24
New from , and others: as we work to support development of that lead to healthier, more sustainable diets, we must understand the different types of innovations and how they take place.
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Agnes Quisumbing Apr 23
This is work we're doing to develop metrics for 's . Very exciting stuff, inspired by the work of and many others.
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A4NH_CGIAR Apr 22
Addressing malnutrition in all its forms: of discusses the new "Stories of Challenge" initiative.
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A4NH_CGIAR Apr 22
New from A4NH: of , who coordinates in Ethiopia, discusses presentations by her and 's recent Ending Global Hunger colloquium.
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TCI Apr 18
Our thanks to John McDermott, Director , for your visit to . With an interesting seminar and a lunchtime Q&A, we learned a lot about centers, research & policy, and agriculture's role in nutrition. Thank you from
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PIN Cornell Apr 18
Please join us today for a presentation from Dr. John McDermott, Director of the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (12:20pm in Savage 100)
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TCI Apr 15
This week, special guest John McDermott to speak at on "Improving nutrition and health through agriculture". Join the seminar co-hosted by & on Thursday, April 18 at 12:20 pm | 100 Savage Hall .
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William A. Masters Apr 11
Replying to @IFPRI @A4NH_CGIAR
For the great Namukolo Covic of : "the African policy environment is getting richer", from CAADP to SUN, soda taxes in South Africa, the spread of dietary guidelines & many other initiatives. (PS from me: she's a big driver of that!)
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