Consortium Partners

The Transform Nutrition research programme consortium is made up of five member organisations, each with a distinct role. As the primary donor, the Department for International Development is also a key partner
IFPRI_Logo_ICON_green_smInternational Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) is the only international organisation working at scale on the intersections between nutrition, agricultural development, and social protection. IFPRI leads the Transform Nutrition Research Programme Consortium.
IDS_Master Logo_4colInstitute of Development Studies (IDS) has extensive experience in innovative strategies to influence policy, and has strength in research on governance and inclusion. IDS leads the consortium’s research work on enabling environments and research communications.
ICRlogo_ochre_without_bgInternational Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh(ICDDR,B) is a regional leader on direct nutrition interventions. ICDDR,B leads the consortium’s work in Bangladesh, and hosts a research director and research uptake officer.
PHFI.pngPublic Health Foundation of India(PHFI) is committed to working towards a healthier India. For Transform Nutrition, PHFI is leading research and building capacity in nutrition in India.
SC_colour_logo copySave the Children works in more than 120 countries. Save the Children UK has extensive operational strengths, especially in fragile contexts and is a leading UK campaigning NGO for nutrition. For Transform Nutrition, Save the Children UK leads on communications in Ethiopia, Kenya and India, and provides communications support internationally.
UK-AID-Standard-RGB_smDepartment for International Development: The Transform Nutrition Research Programme Consortium is funded by UKAid from the Department for International Development (DFID).