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Exploratory research to support child feeding and multisectoral nutrition programs in Tanzania: Strategies for community engagement

Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 12:20pm to 1:10pm

Savage Hall, 200

Rosemary Kayanda is a nutrition researcher with IMA World Health and is based in Mwanza, Tanzania. She leads coordination and implementation of Operations Research for the “Mtoto Mwerevu project” to prevent child stunting in the Lake Regions of Tanzania. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Food Science and Technology and a master’s degree in Community Economic Development. She previously worked with CARE International as Community Mobilizer on the Tanzania Capacity and Communication Project and led a radio distance learning unit which involved research on SBCC messages and radio coverage.  She was also Research Coordinator of Project Concern International’s Micronutrient Fortified Food Pilot Program funded by USAID through Kansas State University.

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Free admission to everyone!

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kld12@cornell.edu

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Dr. Kate Dickin

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Rosemary Kayanda

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