The purpose of the Drivers of Food Choice competitive grants program is to facilitate, synthesize and disseminate research to provide a deep understanding of the drivers of food choice among the poor in developing countries in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa that account for 90% of the global burden of undernutrition. DFC projects also aim to strengthen country-level leadership in nutrition, and foster a global community of food-choice researchers.
New blog post about the Food Choice Application
Krystal Rampalli, MPH, Matty Demont, Ph.D., and Claire Custodio, MBA, discuss the potential of using technology in food choice research.
New blog post on school and home garden programs in Nepal
Krystal Rampalli, MPH and Pepijn Schreinemachers, Ph.D. examine the benefits of combining school and home garden programs in Nepal.
DFC at ANH Academy Week 2019
A number of DFC grantees will be attending ANH Academy Week this year! Find out who will be there.
The competitive grants program is now closed and we are no longer accepting applications.
ANH Academy Week 2020
We are delighted to announce that the 2020 Agriculture, Nutrition & Health Academy Week will take place in Malawi, Africa from June 29-July 3, 2020.