Poverty, malnutrition and resulting poor health are highly connected. FSG research shows that agriculture policy can play a role in reducing the burden of malnutrition and ill-health.
FSG focuses on documenting and evaluating different agricultural interventions that have the potential to improve maternal and child nutrition. It recommends policies that can improve diet quality among the poorest and most vulnerable members of society, including infants, young children, and women. These include interventions focused on agricultural production and diversification (such as homestead food garden programs, bio-fortification, fortification of processed foods), as well as policies focused on strengthening the linkages between the agriculture, nutrition, and health sectors of government.
Publications and Presentations
Published on September 14, 2018
Lenis Saweda O. Liverpool-Tasie, Awa Sanou and Justice A. Tambo, 2018. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research Paper 114. East Lansing: Michigan State University
The Occurrence and Co-Occurrence Of Aflatoxin and Fumonisin Along The Maize Value Chain in Southwest Nigeria
Published on September 10, 2018
Liverpool-Tasie, Turna, Ademola, Obadina, Wu, 2018. The Occurrence of Aflatoxin and Fumonisin Along the Maize Value Chain in Nigeria. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research Paper 113. East Lansing, Michigan State University.
Published on September 9, 2018
Ebiloma, Olatunji, Matthias, Nmadu, Olorunsanya, Baba, Jirgi, Tsado, Liverpool-Tasie, and Reardon, 2018. The Rapid Transformation of the Fish Value Chain in Nigeria. FSP Research Paper 112. East Lansing, MSU.
Published on August 16, 2018
Joseph S. Kanyamuka and Flora J. Nankhuni, NRDP Stakeholders Meeting, Lilongwe, August 16, 2018
Does Sustainable Intensification of Maize Production Enhance Child Nutrition? Evidence from Rural Tanzania
Published on August 6, 2018
Jongwoo Kim, Nicole M. Mason, and Sieglinde Snapp, 2018 Agricultural & Applied Economics Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., August 6, 2018