Presentation given by Drs. Jeff Griffiths and Nassul Kabunga for USAID in Washington DC, March 15, 2015
Presentation on the benefits of Improved Dairy Cows.
Recent studies have found evidence of an increasing polarization between healthy and unhealthy diets, with many high income countries having diets that are becoming more healthy, while in lower income countries diets are becoming more unhealthy. However, little is known about how the changing availability of different kinds of foods at a national level may be related to both undernutrition and NCDs.
Presentation given by Dr. Jeff Griffiths for USAID in Kampala, Uganda, Feb. 10, 2015
Presentation given by Dr. Jeff Griffiths at Boston University, February 27, 2015
Presentation given by Dr. Jeff Griffiths at the Boston to Bangalore Nutrition Collaboration event, January 2015
AGRICULTURE, FOOD SYSTEMS AND, NUTRITION: CONNECTING THE EVIDENCE FOR ACTION CO-Hosted by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Community Medicine and Public Health– Institute of Medicine & the Nepal Agricultural Research Council. Day 1 Oral Presentations Alan Dangour Time to move from Agriculture to Action in Agriculture and Health Akriti Singh Maternal Access to Information: Can Bhanchhin Aama Influence Child Diets? Chandra Thapa Bridging the Gap: Food Security Response Analysis and Planning Based on the Nepal Food Security Monitoring System (NEKSAP) Continue reading →
2014 Nutrition Innovation Lab’s Scientific Symposium in Kathmandu, Nepal, Poster presentation from Erin Bihel entitled, “Does amount and kind of food brought by a Household vary by indices of wealth in Nepal”
The 2014 Annual Scientific Symposium in Katmandu Nepal, Jamie Dorsey’s poster presentation entitled, “Linking Antenatal and Postnatal Care, maternal health knowledge, and behavior among women in the PoSHAN Community Studies”.
2014 Nutrition Innovation Lab’s Scientific Symposium in Kathmandu, Nepal, Poster presentation from Claire Fitch entitled, “Is diversity in agriculture production linked to dietary diversity in among Nepalese Women? Findings from the PoSHAN Community Studies”