Food Security and Humanitarian Crisis

COVID-19 and Social Networks in Humanitarian Crises

COVID-19 and Social Networks in Humanitarian Crises

COVID-19 compromises social networks. What does this mean for people in humanitarian crises?
A National Strategy for Food and Nutrition Research

A National Strategy for Food and Nutrition Research

A new council at the Friedman School is recommending a national nutrition research moonshot.
The Truth About Metals in Foods

The Truth About Metals in Foods

A recent spate of stories about contaminated food aren’t as worrisome as they seem, said the Friedman School’s Jerold Mande
Researchers Discover Widespread Flaw in Global Childhood Development Data

Researchers Discover Widespread Flaw in Global Childhood Development Data

A formula to address the error reveals new insights on children’s growth in the world's poorest countries
Student Selected for Global Food Security Symposium Next Generation Delegation

Student Selected for Global Food Security Symposium Next Generation Delegation

Friedman student Hattie Brown has been selected to be a member of the Next Generation Delegation to the 2019 Global Food Security Symposium.
Student Alana Davidson Focuses on Food Security in Research and Practice

Student Alana Davidson Focuses on Food Security in Research and Practice

When Friedman Student Alana Davidson had the opportunity to do research as an undergraduate at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), she bridged her passions for food and social justice into a study highlighting the Food insecurity prevalence among university students in New Hampshire.
How to Feed the World

How to Feed the World

Feeding nine billion people by 2050 will be a big problem. The solution should be tiny. 
Budding Nutrition Businesses Get a Boost

Budding Nutrition Businesses Get a Boost

Winners in the Friedman School’s first entrepreneurship competition included ideas for healthy foods for Nepali schools and nutrition and farming apps
Calling All Food Rescuers

Calling All Food Rescuers

How one Friedman student is helping Boston say no to food waste.
Mothers in Malawi Improve Children's Nutrition

Mothers in Malawi Improve Children's Nutrition

Mothers in Malawi improve the nutrition in porridge by adding more fortified oil: Using Social Behavior Change Communication, delivered through a Care Group model, Caregivers in Southern Malawi add more oil to their child’s corn soy blend porridge.