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CGIAR research program on agriculture for nutrition and health (A4NH) annual performance monitoring report for 2014 (Inglês)

Improving nutrition and health is at the center of the consultative group for international agricultural research (CGIAR) strategic results framework (SRF). The agriculture for nutrition and health (A4NH) results framework contributes to intermediate development outcomes (IDOs) at scale for improving diet quality and reducing exposure to agriculture-associated disease, including food safety risks. In 2014, contributions from A4NH and the partners were central to CGIAR progress towards fulfilling those commitments - in adoption of bio fortified crops, in providing evidence on the impacts of integrated agriculture-nutrition programs, and on understanding and evaluating progress of national and sub-national efforts to achieve nutrition and health outcomes from agriculture and other sectors. Beyond the broader A4NH results framework and impact pathways, teams of A4NH researchers and partners made progress in 2014 in developing detailed theories of change (ToCs) around major research outputs, many of which will be published in 2015. The growing evidence base and rising momentum for iron beans was a significant 2014 achievement for A4NH.


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