Stakeholder Engagement Events
LANSA Research in Afghanistan shared with multi-sectoral stakeholders
On July 8 and 9, Ecology & Conservation Organisation of Afghanistan (ECOA) along with LANSA organised a two-day workshop on the outcomes of LANSA research in Bamyan, Afghanistan. Nigel Poole, LANSA’s lead on Afghanistan presented on ‘Food choice: Sectoral interventions to improve dietary diversity’ to further discussed agricultural policies and challenges in policymaking in Afghanistan. Read full report here.
LANSA represented at SAFANSI Roundtable, Sri Lanka
The SAFANSI Roundtable on ‘Putting the Lens on the Consumer in Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture and Food Systems in South Asia’ was held between June 25 and 26, in Colombo, Sri Lanka. R V Bhavani, LANSA’s Programme Manager, moderated the session on ‘How are different sectors working together to create demand for nutritious food?’ with active participation from Ministry of Health, Maldives, Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition (GloPan...
LANSA @ANH Academy Conference 2018, Ghana
LANSA hosted a ‘science-to-policy’ plenary session at the 3 rd Agriculture, Nutrition and Health (ANH) Academy Week held in Accra, Ghana on June 28. Research under LANSA was also shared with wide audiences via oral and poster presentations during the Conference Also, a research-to-policy uptakecommunications learning lab was co-hosted by LANSA.
LANSA-BRAC concluding seminar on ‘Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition in Bangladesh’
A concluding seminar for the ‘Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition in South Asia (LANSA)’ programme of BRAC was held on 23rd July 2018 at the BRAC centre in Dhaka. A synthesis of findings from all LANSA-BRAC studies were presented at the half-day seminar titled ‘Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition in Bangladesh’.  Highlights of Agriculture-Nutrition programmes of FAO in Bangladesh and Health-Nutrition programmes of BRAC in Bangladesh were also presented. Additional...
LANSA research presented at International conference in Delhi
The International Conference on Critical Public Health Consequences of the Double Burden of Malnutrition and the Changing Food Environment in South and South East Asia was held on March 29 where Nitya Rao LANSA's Gender cross-cut lead and Professor of Gender & Development at University of East Anglia, UK, presented an overview of the linkages between gender, land rights, agriculture policies and programmes in South Asia.
Consultation on Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition through a Farming Systems Approach, Jeypore
A stakeholder consultation on Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition through a Farming Systems Approach was held with officials of Koraput district in Jeypore on 23 March 2018. The objective was to share the results of the Farming System for Nutrition (FSN) Study under LANSA, in Koraput. The meeting was chaired by Shri K Sudarshan Chakravarty, Collector and District Magistrate, Koraput; officials from different government departments in the district participated. Farm men and women from the FSN...
Stakeholder Consultation on Farming System for Nutrition, Wardha
A stakeholder consultation on Farming System for Nutrition was held with NGO representatives and members of civil society in Wardha on 12 March afternoon. The objective was to share the results of the Farming System for Nutrition (FSN) Study under LANSA, in Wardha. Read full report here.
Farming System for Nutrition through KVKS – a new venture
A one day Orientation Workshop on ‘Farming System for Nutrition (FSN) Approach’ was organised at KVK, Narayangaon, Pune on April 24, 2018. The programme highlighted the study findings under the LANSA programme undertaken by MSSRF in Wardha, Maharashtra.About 12 KVKs (10 from Maharashtra and 2 KVKs from Gujarat) were identified to attend the programme. The major objectives of the workshop were to provide an orientation to KVK scientists on FSN, and to develop a plan for setting-up a...
MSSRF-LANSA researchers share FSN evidence with Odisha Government
 The Farming System for Nutrition (FSN) approach is a feasibility study undertaken in Koraput District, Odisha, and Wardha District in Maharashtra. This is part of research under the Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition in South Asia (LANSA) programme consortium led by M S Swaminthan Research Foundation (MSSRF). On March 20, 2018, research evidence from the FSN study in Koraput was shared with the Planning & Convergence Department, Government of Odisha, and this was followed by an...
Wardha District Collector meets with MSSRF-LANSA researchers
 Research evidence from the Farming System for Nutrition feasibility study undertaken in Wardha distrct by M S Swaminathan Research Foundation was presented to Shailesh Nawal, District Collector and Ajay Gulhane, CEO, Zilla Parishad, on March 12 at the Collector’s Office in Wardha. Several positive points came out from this meeting. The District Collector noted that nutrition gardens could be promoted at Public Health Centres (PHCs), and also suggested having a model...

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