Commonly used processing methods on kale (Brassica Carinata) in rural parts of Ethiopia; Effect on proximate, mineral and beta-carotene composition and optimization of the process for the nutrient retention
Exploring the Relationship between Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Animal Keeping with Child Growth in selected kebeles of Amhara region, Ethiopia
Determinants of Fruits and Vegetables Consumption in Women of Reproductive Age in selected kebeles of Oromia and Southern Nation Nationalities and Peoples Region
Assessment on the Outcomes of Promotion of Nutrition Education on Dietary Diversity among Women’s of Reproductive Age (15-49 years) and Children Aged 6-36 month in Tigray Regional State Selected Rural Kebeles
From the baseline study for the ATONU project, formative research and literature review from the project sites, it was apparent that there was dietary inadequacy, with animal source foods, vegetables and fruits being consumed in small quantities.
Patriarchy characterizes most of Sub-Saharan Africa. The men are in charge of most decision-making at household and community level, often relying on deeply entrenched cultural practices.
The ATONU project had a deliberate focus on society’s most vulnerable in terms of nutrition, being women of child-bearing age and young children, where the high nutritional demands of pregnancy, development and early childhood must largely be met through own farm food production.
Home visits were part of the Nutrition-Sensitive Intervention (NSI) delivery approach and to support supervision and promote behavior reinforcement.
1. The Need for Integrating Nutrition into Agriculture Development Programmes
The purpose of this document is to assist ATONU project partners in the implementation of the ATONU Social and Environmental Sustainability Strategy (referred to as the Sustainability Strategy).The document is set out in three sections.
Problems of malnutrition – under-nutrition, micronutrient deficiencies and obesity – exist in all countries and cut across socio-economic classes1. In the poorest countries, under-nutrition and micronutrient deficiencies are by far the greatest problem.
In line with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s Global Access Strategy, the Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) and partners are fully committed to ensuring that innovations, products and information from the Agriculture to Nutrition (ATONU): Improving N
Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment: Why It Matters
The FANRPAN Communication and Advocacy Strategy builds on the 2016-2023 institutional strategy.
1.1 Outline of the Capacity Development Strategy Document
Neema is ten years old. She lives in Mayamaya village in Dodoma, in Tanzania. Neema recently joined the ATONU Nutrition Club in her school. At the club, they learn a lot about food, and how food helps her grow, stay health and have energy to play.
Almaz is ten years old. She lives in Ahmara in a village called Gonder Zuria, in Ethiopia. Almaz recently joined the ATONU Nutrition Club in her school. At the club, they learn a lot about food, and how food helps her grow, stay health and have energy to play.