David Morgan, Senior Technical Specialist for Quality and Safety at GAIN, spoke on Intertek's Assurance in Action Podcast about the GAIN Premix Facility, what it is and how it works.
The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation estimates there will be up to 13.1 million more chronically undernourished people in the next year due to the war, while the World Food Programme predicts that between 33-47 million people will face acute food insecurity.
USAID has launched a new five-year program to improve food safety in Ethiopia. EatSafe: Evidence and Action Towards Safe Nutritious Food is a new program of United States Agency for International Development’s Feed The Future Initiative
On 28th - 29th April, GAIN presented our Biofortification work, and our programme on the Commercialisation of Biofortified Foods at the 7th Annual Nutrition Summit 2022. The objective of the talk was to sensitise the industry on biofortification, updates on policy and environment in India and most importantly, intrigue the private players – SMEs and larger businesses - for adopting biofortified foods as a product offering.
New analysis published today in the scientific journal Nature by global nutrition leaders, reveals that the war against Ukraine threatens to increase the number of malnourished people who have already suffered from reduced diets and health systems support due to COVID-19.
Our Executive Director Lawrence spoke to the Politico Global Insider podcast on what can be done to reallocate food and change farming incentives, and why he believes in telling consumers the “true price” of food.
GAIN is delighted to welcome Ms. Wubet Girma as the new Country Director, Ethiopia. Ms. Girma is an international development and cultural relations professional with over 15 years' experience, a track record of leadership in Non-Governmental Organisations - vested in the acceleration of human, social, and economic capital.
In Ethiopia and Nigeria, food safety is a pressing issue – in 2019, 33% of surveyed Ethiopian and 20% of surveyed Nigerians experienced serious harm from food and water, leading to illnesses, malnutrition, stunting in children, and even death.
The Global Health 50/50 Gender and Health Index 2022, a barometer of institutional performance around gender and governance is launched today. The Gender and Health Index assesses the gender-related policies and practices of 200 global organisations that aim to promote health and/or influence global health agendas and policy.
The Indonesia Postharvest Loss Alliance for Nutrition (I-PLAN), an innovative initiative founded by GAIN with support by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, was recognized today by winning the Best Practices Award in Sustaining Urban Food Systems from the Dubai International Award for Best Practices.