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Agriculture for Improved Nutrition

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Agriculture's vast potential to improve nutrition is just beginning to be tapped. New ideas, research, and initiatives developed over the past decade have created an opportunity for reimagining and redesigning agricultural and food systems for the benefit of nutrition. To support this transformation, this book reviews the latest findings, results from on-the-ground programs and interventions, and recent policy experiences from countries around the world that are bringing the agriculture and nutrition sectors closer together. Drawing on IFPRI's own work and that of the growing agriculture-nutrition community, this book strengthens the evidence base for, and expands our vision of, how agriculture can contribute to nutrition. Chapters cover an array of issues that link agriculture and nutrition, including food value chains, nutrition-sensitive programs and policies, government policies, and private sector investments. By highlighting both achievements and setbacks, Agriculture for Improved Nutrition seeks to inspire those who want to scale up successes that can transform food systems and improve the nutrition of billions of people. Key features: -Investigates the latest evidence on the relationship between agriculture and nutrition. -Includes insights from internationally renowned researchers. -Presents data from real-world settings that is highly relevant to the challenges faced by developing countries. This book is ideal for policy-makers, practitioners, and students working in agriculture, international development and nutrition.

Product code: 9781786399311

ISBN 9781786399311
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H244xW172xS17
On Sale Date 29/01/2019
No. Of Pages 232
Publisher CABI Publishing
This book reviews research findings, results from on-the-ground programmes, and policy experiences over the past 10 years. It examines the direct and indirect effects of agriculture on nutrition, from biodiversity and crop fortification to programme evaluation and the impact of agricultural policies on consumers' choices and actions.