New Publication: Household migration and children’s diet in Nepal: an exploratory study.

August 21, 2019


In recent years, the potential for agriculture to influence nutrition of infants and children in rural, low-income circumstances has received much attention [1]. The linkages between agriculture and nutrition have been broadly examined [2], though most research has focused on the impact of increasing production or income from agriculture on household consumption. While these are undoubtedly important pathways, structural transformations in rural regions of low-income countries are driving farming families to earn increasingly large proportions of their income from non-agricultural sources, often from migrant labor opportunities within their home countries or abroad [3]. In fact, global population mobility is one of the…………