Nutrition-sensitive agriculture offers great potential for Sustainable Development Goal 2 (SDG 2: Zero Hunger) as it connects agricultural development to improved nutrition outcomes. Examples of nutrition-sensitive agriculture interventions are bio-fortification, home vegetable gardens, and small animal rearing (Ruel et al. 2018).
Since many nutrition-sensitive agriculture interventions have been applied in recent years, we aim to:
- Take stock of what we have learned so far about nutrition-sensitive agriculture, i.e. what works and what does not work, and under what conditions?
- Share and discuss this knowledge with practitioners in the field (e.g. farmers, extension workers, NGOs and policy makers)
- Turn the evidence base into concrete recommendations for practitioners to implement effective nutrition-sensitive interventions in agricultural development
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