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TIGR2ESS: Transforming India's Green Revolution by Research and Empowerment for Sustainable food Supplies

A Global Challenges Research Fund project
 
Read more at: Understanding Changing Climate And Food Security In Rural Odisha

Understanding Changing Climate And Food Security In Rural Odisha

21 March 2022

Climate change impacts food security in multiple ways by affecting cultivation, forestry, aquaculture, etc., which can cause severe socio-economic consequences like the disruption of trade, livelihood distress, and adverse health effects. understanding_change_e.jpg In the easternmost state of India, Odisha, climate change...


Read more at: Understanding dietary practices in marginalised tribal communities of India to improve nutrition security and combat risk of malnutrition

Understanding dietary practices in marginalised tribal communities of India to improve nutrition security and combat risk of malnutrition

23 December 2021

The NNEdPro Global Centre for Nutrition and Health in Cambridge led by Professor Sumantra Ray along with the NNEdPro India team have been investigating the diets of ‘Santhal’ tribe communities in rural India to identify key nutritional gaps. This consultancy work is providing a nutritional science basis to the Global...


Read more at: Professor Ramanjit Kaur Johal

Professor Ramanjit Kaur Johal


Read more at: UK Global Challenges Research Fund – A cross GCRF UK-India workshop and satellite event of the 7th International Summit in Nutrition and Health in 2021

UK Global Challenges Research Fund – A cross GCRF UK-India workshop and satellite event of the 7th International Summit in Nutrition and Health in 2021

13 December 2021

From Agricultural Nutrition and Social Empowerment to Human Nutrition and Health in India – a workshop held on 24 July 2021. Organised by the NNEdPro Global Centre for Nutrition and Health, in partnership with the University of Cambridge TIGR2ESS GCRF Programme and the University of Surrey Maharashtra GCRF. Life course...


Read more at: TIGR2ESS wins the Vice-Chancellor’s Collaboration Award!

TIGR2ESS wins the Vice-Chancellor’s Collaboration Award!

11 October 2021

The TIGR2ESS project, led by Professor Howard Griffiths, Head of the Department's Physiological Ecology Research Group , has won the Vice Chancellor's Collaboration Award. The Vice-Chancellor’s Research Impact and Engagement Awards recognise outstanding achievement, innovation and creativity in devising and implementing...