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Early Career Scientists

Francis Kweku Amagloh
University for Development Studies, Ghana Food-based approach to improve vitamin a status of infants and young children and women of childbearing age in Ghana

Fardous Mohammad Safiul Azam
University of Development Alternative, Bangladesh Wild edible plants are source of micronutrients: a study in Lalmonirhat district of Bangladesh

Christine Cleghorn
University of Leeds, UK
Agricultural biodiversity, dietary diversity and nutritional status in rural Tanzania

Kenda Cunningham
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK Bolivia and zero malnutrition: exploring organisational capacity for multi-sectoral nutrition programming

Theogene Dusingizimana
Kigali Institute of Science and Technology, Rwanda Balancing food safety, nutritional and economic importance of street- vended fresh fruits and vegetables in Rwanda.evidence and policy implications

Sabine Gabrysch
University of Heidelberg, Germany
Reducing young child undernutrition through an integrated agricultural project with women's groups: a planned cluster-randomised trial in rural Bangladesh

Sridhar Gutam
Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture, India Policy and institutional approaches for securing food and nutritional security through subtropical fruits

Libby Hattersley
Australian National University, Australia Value chain research to support policy coherence for nutrition

Andrew Jones
University of Michigan, USA
Examining the potential for food systems to improve nutrition in the context of changing livelihoods

Z. Kalumikiza
University of Malawi, Malawi
Dairy intensification, household incomes and nutritional status: results from a project in 3 rural communities in central Malawi

Catherine Macharia-Mutie
Wageningen University, Netherlands
Evaluating a behavior change program along the agricultural value chain for potential to improve women and child nutrition

Isabel Madzorera
International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Zambia Dietary diversity for women and children in households affected by HIV/AIDS in Mumbwa, Mansa and Kazungula districts in Zambia

Violet Moyo
University of Malawi, Malawi
An assessment of household dietary diversity among communities in traditional authority Malengachanzi, in Nkhotakota district, Malawi

Charity Njambi Muchoki-Musembi
University of Nairobi, Kenya
Effects of fermentation, pH and storage on vitamin content, anti-nutrients and anti-oxidant activity of three solar-dried African leafy vegetables (ALV)

Willis Ouma Okumu
Centre for Development Research (ZEF), Germany Diet diversification among pastoralists households in East Pokot district as a measure against hunger and food insecurity in Kenya

Funmilayo Mary Oloyede
Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria
African orphan crops and nutritional security: effects of planting date and cultivar on the nutritional and antioxidant profile of pumpkin fruit

Jean Rubakuba
Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Uganda Cultivation of spirulina platensis in rural Uganda to combat malnutrition and improve livelihoods

Alissia Lourme Ruiz
Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement (CIRAD), France Agricultural production and child nutrition in agricultural households: exploring the linkages in Burkina Faso

Haruna Sekabira
Makerere University, Uganda
The impact of mobile phones on diet and poverty among smallholder farming households in Uganda

David Johngwoh Simbo
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Nutritional value of leaves of African baobab (Adansonia digitata L) seedlings from a common plantation: an important non-wood forest product from the semi-arid region of West Africa

Maxi Mbidde Ssenyondo
Makerere University, Uganda Influencers of food security and food dietary diversity in rural semi - arid communities