Times are in CAT (GMT+2)
The causes of malnutrition in all its forms are complex and multifaceted. Efforts to advance multisectoral nutrition programming recognise that a commitment from multiple stakeholders beyond nutritionists, from a variety of disciplines, is required. A key strategy therefore, in seeking to address malnutrition, is to promote interdisciplinary and post-graduate education among future researchers, policy-makers and practitioners.
The ANH Academy Technical Working Group on Curriculum Enrichment was established in 2020 to better understand the skills, materials and support needs of university educators who would like to teach and research multisectoral and interdisciplinary agriculture-food system linkages around the world.
Join this ANH2023 side event to:
- Hear from the Working Group members
- Learn about the results of a recent global needs assessment
- Share your perspectives on the challenges and opportunities of interdisciplinarity
- Find out how you can access and adapt a new range of ANH materials and trainings coming soon
- ANH Academy
- Francis Zotor, Director, International Programmes and Head of Department, Family and Community Health, University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ghana
- Mike Hill, Assistant Professor in Learning and Teaching, Centre of Excellence for Learning and Teaching (CELT), LSHTM
- Pamela Marinda, Lecturer, Department of Food Science and Nutrition, University of Zambia
- Rosemary Isoto, Assistant Professor, Department of Agribusiness & Natural Resource Economics, School of Agricultural Sciences, Marakere University
- Shweta Khandelwal, Associate Professor, Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI)
- Tim Chancellor, Director of Capacity Strengthening and Partnerships, Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich