There is a need for detailed analyses of the interplay between nutrition security and climate change, and their impact on different target groups, especially youth and women. This desk review explores the evidence on climate change mitigation and adaptation measures with nutrition co-benefits, and vice versa.

Currently, there is no standard set of social norms indicators for food security and nutrition. Practical guidance and examples of such indicators are also lacking. This guide helps fill this gap by providing assistance on formulating indicators to measure changes in gendered social norms in the context of food security and nutrition.

Climate change is imposing a transformative process on agricultural and food systems, threatening the livelihoods of people dependent on them, which includes a large proportion of the world’s poor people.

Urbanization is transforming food systems across sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia in conjunction with other dynamics such as rising average welfare. Where overall food demand is projected to increase approximately 2.5-fold in sub-Saharan Africa and 1.7-fold in South Asia, urban demand will rise two to four times more.

The transformation of food systems is a burning topic across the globe, in response to concerns about the nutritional, environmental and equity impacts of our current system.

Agriculture is a key sector of the Gambian economy and contributes to 17% of GDP and 30-40% of export earnings. It employs almost half (46%) of the workforce and is the source of income for 80% of the rural population.

This report describes the findings of the country study carried out for the design of IFAD Smallholder Agriculture Cluster Project (SACP) in Zimbabwe.

This report describes the findings of the country study carried out for the design of IFAD project on Livelihood and Productivity Enhancement of Smallholder Farmers (PROSPER) in Ghana.

This literature review report explores the conceptual linkages between climate change and nutrition using a food system approach. The report also reflects on the current body of information derived from projects promoting climate change mitigation and adaptation, with nutrition co-benefits and vice versa.

This analysis investigates the potential mechanism and the practical significance of the impacts of agricultural value chain development in a geographically challenging rural area of a developing country. Use data from a carefully designed primary survey administered in the hill and mountainous region in Western Nepal.

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