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September 14, 2020Knowledge Portal
A4NH Annual Report 2019

This annual report 2019 summarizes its research results, across five research flagships, and highlights the partnerships through which research has led to outcomes. A4NH works to develop evidence to support policies and actions for healthier food systems. »

August 28, 2020Knowledge Portal
Left out and left behind: COVID19, hunger, and gender inequality

This report demonstrates how women and girls are disproportionately affected—as producers, providers, and consumers of food—and systemically excluded from response reports and plans related to food and nutrition security during the COVID-19 pandemic. Food insecurity is already hitting women in severe ways. Women eat less and last. CARE is already seeing this tendency in the COVID19 pandemic. »

August 26, 2020Knowledge Portal
PIM Annual Report 2019

The 2019 Annual Report showcases key outputs and outcomes achieved by PIM during the year. PIM research informed agricultural policies or investment plans, contributed to the scaling up of programmes and shaped strategic decisions. »

August 26, 2020Knowledge Portal
CCAFS Annual Report 2019

This annual report 2019 describes progress to date, significant achievements and successes in 2019, flagship products and tools and publications. CCAFS continues to be a key knowledge provider in climate change, agriculture and food security research. »

August 17, 2020Knowledge Portal
Sustainable food systems: Are we closer to the answers?

This annual report demonstrates how new evidence and innovations contribute to sustainable intensification of agriculture at the landscape level. WLE’s solutions support producing more nutritious food while managing natural resources more productively and sustainably in the face of critical climate change, health, demographic, and economic challenges. »

August 10, 2020Knowledge Portal
Multi-actor initiatives in action: Lessons from the Sustainable Diets for All programme

This paper aims to strengthen the understanding of multi-stakeholde initiatives (MAIs) by showing what works and what does not, and also provides actionable recommendations for people designing MAIs. In general, the case studies analysed in this report have shown the added value of MAIs in addressing food system problems. The complex nature of food systems, with their many moving parts and multiple actors, requires an approach that brings this diversity of views together in a meaningful and productive way. »