Food, Diets & Nutrition: 25 Years of Progress and a Vision for Nepal’


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2018-11-27 - 2018-11-29

Hotel Yak & Yeti in Kathmandu

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Feed the Future Innovation Lab is pleased to announce the next Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Nutrition Scientific Symposium: ‘Food, Diets & Nutrition: 25 Years of Progress and a Vision for Nepal’. The event will be held on November 27-29, 2018 at Hotel Yak & Yeti in Kathmandu. This annual knowledge sharing event has gained tremendous momentum over the years and has allowed for the sharing of findings from agriculture – nutrition research relevant to Nepal. A diverse audience of academia, policy makers, program implementers and students provide for  an enriching and stimulating environment for those eager to learn and translate research into policy and practice.

This year we are excited to announce that along with the Scientific Symposium,

a 'Celebration of Nepal’s Progress on Nutrition' will be hosted by UNICEF and the Government of Nepal. The event, funded by USAID and EU, will be co-hosted by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, UNICEF – Nepal, Tribhuvan University’s Institute of Medicine (IOM) Community Medicine & Public Health Department, Nepal Agricultural Research Council (NARC) and the Nepali Technical Assistance Group (NTAG).

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Deadline: JUNE 30, 2018

We invite abstracts on the following themes for this year’s event:

  • Food systems and the food policy environment
  • Novel technologies in agriculture, food safety, and nutrition

3.        Linkages: diet, nutrition and health

4.        Social equity, gender and access to food

5.        Evaluations of agricultural and nutrition interventions

6.        Novel methodological approaches to understand agriculture-nutrition linkages

Guidelines for Abstract Submission

Please carefully review all guidelines prior to developing your abstract. All abstracts submitted this year are expected to show a clear link to improving household food security and/or nutritional status of household members. If there is not a clear link, authors must be able to elaborate on why the research presented may be relevant and/or have the potential to improve these outcomes. Abstracts will be considered for oral or poster presentation. Abstracts have a word limit this year of 500 words excluding title, authors and affiliations. Instructions for abstract submission must be strictly followed to be considered for presentation.

For more on abstract guidelines, to submit an abstract & general information (updated regularly), visit https://nutritioninnovationlab...

For questions please email: nilsymposium@gmail.com