Stakeholder Engagement Events
International Women's Day commemorated
LANSA - MSSRF observed International Women’s Day on March 6 with a Seminar on‘Gender and Nutrition’. Dr Swarna Vepa made a presentation on 'Women’s agency and Nutritional outcomes'. The analysis based on District Level Household Survey (DLHS) 2002-04 data examins the association of aspects of women’s agency like work participation and education level, and its impact on nutritional status of...
LANSA’s first South Asia region e-dialogue!
Over 150 agriculture and nutrition stakeholders from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan registered for the eventA three-day online interaction from February 24 – 26, 2015 was hosted by LANSA on the IDS Eldis Community platform. Over 150 stakeholders from South Asia region registered to participate in the dialogue. 60+ from India, 40+ from Pakistan and the remaining where from Bangladesh, with a few from Afghanistan.This was the first time LANSA witnessed...
Stakeholders engaged with LANSA from the outset
Periodic engagement with multiple stakeholders to leverage feedback and partnerships is nascent to the FSN studyFrom the very inception of Farming System for Nutrition (FSN) Study, continuous effort has been made to engage with stakeholders. At both Koraput and Wardha, Technology Platforms and Stakeholder Engagement Consultations are organised at State, District and community levels to encourage understanding of the study as well as leverage valuable inputs from participants. Events...
Workshop on 'Using Optifood Tool for Diet Analysis'
A three day workshop on Optifood Tool was conducted by MSSRF with LCIRAH on October 8 - 10, 2014. About 15 participants from various Food Science and Nutrition Colleges, National Institute of Nutrition, UNICEF and staffs from MSSRF attended the workshop.Elaine Ferguson from LCIRAH conducted the workshop. Optifood tool is software developed using linear programming by World Health Organization (WHO), that can be used to develop population specific food-based recommendations, rapid diet...


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This research has been funded by the UK Government’s Department for International Development; however the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the UK Government’s official policies



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