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In the first week learners considered the generic and nutrition-specific skills which are important for designing and evaluating interventions. Learners also examined some nutrition-sensitive interventions and the ways in which they can support people to grow or produce nutritious crops and animal foods. In the second week learners evaluated the consequences of nutrition-sensitive interventions and policies on social, economic and environmental aspects.
2 weeks, 4 hours per week
Professor of Plant Biochemistry and Nutrition
University of Leeds
- Conceptualise nutrition in relation to the rest of the food system
- Evaluate nutrition-sensitive approaches and how these can increase food and nutrition security with a focus on the Global South
- Develop skills in dietary assessment, food composition and measures of diet quality and diversity
- Apply the evaluation skills needed to select and introduce nutrition-sensitive interventions relevant to your own field of work or study
- Evaluate the consequences of nutrition-sensitive interventions and policies in respect of their social, economic, and environmental impacts.
- Assess the role of women in promoting nutrition-sensitive interventions
Week 1: What is a nutrition sensitive food system?
- Activity 1: Understanding nutrition sensitive agriculture in the context of sustainable development goals
- Activity 2: The role of crops in a healthy sustainable diet
- Activity 3: Animal production for a healthy and sustainable diet
Week 2: Exploring nutrition sensitive food systems
- Activity 1: How to design a nutrition sensitive food system
- Activity 2: Food based dietary guidelines and food choice
- Activity 3: How to assess the broader impacts of nutrition sensitive agriculture
Issued on 4th October 2021
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