Publications

Climate-Smart Cocoa: a gender transformative approach
Report / Case study

Climate-Smart Cocoa: a gender transformative approach

Dalaa MA, Torvikey GD, Amoah A, Saeed AR, Obeng F, Kofituo RK, Asare R. 2020. Climate-Smart Cocoa: a gender transformative approach. Accra, Ghana: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).
ការបញ្ចូលប្រធានបទស្តីពី អាហារូបត្ថម្ភ និងយេនឌ័រ ទៅក្នុងការគ្រប់គ្រងសហគមន៍ស្រះជម្រកត្រី - ប្រព័ន្ធជលផលតាមវាលស្រែ៖ ឯកសារសម្រាប់អ្នកអនុវត្តន៍ = Integrating nutrition and gender into Community Fish Refuge-Rice Field Fisheries system management: A practitioner’s guide (Khmer version)
Scientific Publication

Urbanization and the double burden: Trends and inequalities in under- and over-nutrition by residence and wealth among 1.22 million Indian children, women and men over 10 years (P10-078-19)

Nguyen, Phuong Hong et al., 'Urbanization and the double burden: Trends and inequalities in under- and over-nutrition by residence and wealth among 1.22 million Indian children, women and men over 10 years (P10-078-19)', Current Developments in Nutrition, vol. 3Supplement_1, Oxford University Press (OUP), 2019
Scientific Publication

A multisectoral food-assisted maternal and child health and nutrition program targeted to women and children in the first 1000 days increases attainment of language and motor milestones among young Burundian children

Olney, Deanna et al., 'A multisectoral food-assisted maternal and child health and nutrition program targeted to women and children in the first 1000 days increases attainment of language and motor milestones among young Burundian children', Journal of Nutrition 149(10): 1833–1842, 2019
Exploring the effectiveness of a rapid participatory method in mapping the role of agricultural biodiversity in local food systems to identify potential entry points to improve peoples' capabilities to be nutrition secure
Poster / Presentation

Exploring the effectiveness of a rapid participatory method in mapping the role of agricultural biodiversity in local food systems to identify potential entry points to improve peoples' capabilities to be nutrition secure

Ahern, M.; Raneri, J.; De Muro, P. ; Kennedy, G. (2016) Exploring the effectiveness of a rapid participatory method in mapping the role of agricultural biodiversity in local food systems to identify potential entry points to improve peoples' capabilities to be nutrition secure. Poster presented at Tropentag 2016: Solidarity in a competing world — fair use of resources, September 18 - 21, 2016. 1 p.
Exploring the effectiveness of a rapid participatory method in mapping the role of agricultural biodiversity in local food systems to identify potential entry points to improve peoples' capabilities to be nutrition secure
Scientific Publication

Exploring the effectiveness of a rapid participatory method in mapping the role of agricultural biodiversity in local food systems to identify potential entry points to improve peoples' capabilities to be nutrition secure

Ahern, M.; Raneri, J.; De Muro, P. ; Kennedy, G. (2016) Exploring the effectiveness of a rapid participatory method in mapping the role of agricultural biodiversity in local food systems to identify potential entry points to improve peoples' capabilities to be nutrition secure. [Abstract] presented at Tropentag 2016: Solidarity in a competing world — fair use of resources, September 18 - 21, 2016 1 p.
Scientific Publication

A 2-year integrated agriculture and nutrition and health behavior change communication program targeted to women in Burkina Faso reduces anemia, wasting, and diarrhea in children 3–12.9 months of age at baseline

Olney, Deanna et al., 'A 2-year integrated agriculture and nutrition and health behavior change communication program targeted to women in Burkina Faso reduces anemia, wasting, and diarrhea in children 3–12.9 months of age at baseline', The Journal of Nutrition, vol. 145(6), pp. 1317-1324, Oxford University Press (OUP), 2015
Scientific Publication

Standard minimum dietary diversity indicators for women or infants and young children are good predictors of adequate micronutrient intakes in 24–59-month-old children and their nonpregnant nonbreastfeeding mothers in rural Burkina Faso

Diop, Loty et al., 'Standard minimum dietary diversity indicators for women or infants and young children are good predictors of adequate micronutrient intakes in 24–59-month-old children and their nonpregnant nonbreastfeeding mothers in rural Burkina Faso', The Journal of Nutrition, vol. 151(2), pp. 412-422, Oxford University Press (OUP), 2021
Scientific Publication

Nutritional characterisation of low-income households of Nairobi: Socioeconomic, livestock and gender considerations and predictors of malnutrition from a cross-sectional survey

Dominguez-Salas, P., Alarcón, P., Häsler, B., Dohoo, I.R., Colverson, K., Kimani-Murage, E.W., Alonso, S., Ferguson, E., Fèvre, E.M., Rushton, J. and Grace, D. 2016. Nutritional characterisation of low-income households of Nairobi: Socioeconomic, livestock and gender considerations and predictors of malnutrition from a cross-sectional survey. BMC Nutrition 2: 47.
Scientific Publication

Dietary diversity predicts the adequacy of micronutrient intake in pregnant adolescent girls and women in Bangladesh, but use of the 5-group cutoff poorly identifies individuals with inadequate intake

Nguyen, Phuong Hong et al., 'Dietary diversity predicts the adequacy of micronutrient intake in pregnant adolescent girls and women in Bangladesh, but use of the 5-group cutoff poorly identifies individuals with inadequate intake', The Journal of Nutrition, vol. 148(5), pp. 790-797, Oxford University Press (OUP), 2018
Scientific Publication

Effectiveness of a culturally appropriate intervention to prevent intimate partner violence and HIV transmission among men, women, and couples in rural Ethiopia: Findings from a cluster-randomized controlled trial

Sharma, Vandana et al., 'Effectiveness of a culturally appropriate intervention to prevent intimate partner violence and HIV transmission among men, women, and couples in rural Ethiopia: Findings from a cluster-randomized controlled trial', PLOS Medicine, vol. 17(8), p. e1003274, Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2020
Nutrient and bioactive composition of five Gabonese forest fruits and their potential contribution to dietary reference intakes of children aged 1–3 years and women aged 19–60 years
Scientific Publication

Nutrient and bioactive composition of five Gabonese forest fruits and their potential contribution to dietary reference intakes of children aged 1–3 years and women aged 19–60 years

Fungo, R.; Muyonga, J.H.; Ngondi, J.L.; Mikolo-Yobo, C.; Iponga, D.M.; Ngoye, A.; Nchuaji Tang, E.; Chupezi Tieguhong, J. (2019) Nutrient and bioactive composition of five Gabonese forest fruits and their potential contribution to dietary reference intakes of children aged 1–3 years and women aged 19–60 years. Forests 10, 86. ISSN: 1999-4907.
Changes in intra-household decision-making powers: Effects of a gender transformative approach in saving groups in the Barotse Floodplain, Zambia
Working Paper

Changes in intra-household decision-making powers: Effects of a gender transformative approach in saving groups in the Barotse Floodplain, Zambia

Cole SM, Barker-Perez E, Rajaratnam S, McDougall C, KatoWallace J, Muyaule C, Kaunda P, Puskur R, Longley C, Mulanda A, Mulanda J and Patel AE. 2021. Changes in intra-household decision-making powers: Effects of a gender transformative approach in saving groups in the Barotse Floodplain, Zambia. Penang, Malaysia: CGIAR Research Program on Fish Agri-Food Systems. Working Paper