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The purpose of this research programme is to answer the question “how can South Asian agriculture and related food security policies and interventions best be designed and implemented to increase their impacts on nutrition, especially the nutrition status of children and adolescent girls”? This programme will contribute to the acceleration in reductions in poverty and under nutrition of women and children by generating a body of high quality evidence in this area, and working closely with policy makers and programme decision makers in the region to get this evidence into use in making agriculture pro poor and pro nutrition. Work is undertaken in four countries with high levels of malnutrition: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan.