CABI-led consortium secures GSMA funding to aidp three million people access nutrition information using mobile technology. The consortium comprises CABI, BMJ, the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and Oxfam GB.

More than three million people in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia will be accessing vital nutrition and health information using mobile technology as part of a mNutrition project to help tackle malnutrition – a leading cause of child death worldwide. The GSMA Mobile for Development Foundation has appointed a CABI-led consortium as the global content provider to the mNutrition initiative – a UK Department for International Development (DFID) funded project that aims to improve the nutritional status of more than three million people. The initiative will tackle malnutrition and help beneficiaries to access nutrition-based agricultural and health information using mobile technology.

6th Volume of Direct2Farm Newsletter published

Direct2Farm Newsletter_Vol_6_2014

6th Volume of the newsletter covers the significant topic i.e. Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture. It also covers about training program organized in Kenya for the project Airtel Kilimo, mAgri working group meeting, planning workshop for D2F scale-up and some highlights from mKisan midline case study.