The purpose of the Drivers of Food Choice competitive grants program is to facilitate, synthesize and disseminate research to provide a deep understanding of the drivers of food choice among the poor in developing countries in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa that account for 90% of the global burden of undernutrition. DFC Projects also aim to strengthen country-level leadership in nutrition, and foster a global community of food-choice researchers.
Drivers of Food Choice (DFC) has awarded grants to 7 new recipients in the second round of its Competitive Grants Program. The grants support research that will improve understanding of food choice in urban and rural food settings among the poor in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa.
The ANH Academy invites the submission of abstracts for the Research Conference on research at the nexus of agriculture and food systems, nutrition and health to be held in India from 24 – 28 June 2019 (city TBC). The conference program will include invited papers for oral presentations of various…
New blog post on food safety in urban Ghana
Krystal Rampalli, MPH, Rebecca Pradeilles, Ph.D., and Akua Tandoh, MSc discuss food safety as a driver of food choice in urban Ghana.
HPEB Researchers Receive Additional $771K to Boost Synthesis and Dissemination of Findings from Drivers of Food Choice Competitive Grants Program
The BMGF has awarded us an additional funding to support dissemination and synthesis of findings emerging from all 15 DFC studies. Click below to read more.
Call for ANH Abstracts! (Now Closed)
The ANH Academy invites the submission of abstracts for the Research Conference on research at the nexus of agriculture and food systems, nutrition and health to be held in Hyderabad, India from 24 – 28 June 2019.
08 Sep 2017
ANH Academy Week 2019
We are delighted to announce that the 2019 Agriculture, Nutrition & Health Academy Week will take place in Hyderabad, India, from 24 – 28 June, 2019.