Poster sessions and viewing
byANH Academy
Academy Week Research Conference
| Agriculture, Food Environments, Gender and Equity, Nutrition
Date and Time
From: 28 June 2022, 14:10
To: 28 June 2022, 15:10
BST British Summer Time GMT+1:00
Open Full Event ANH2022 RC Poster session


These sessions are run in two halves of 30 minutes each:

  • In the first quick-fire session, 20 researchers will have one minute each to present their studies. 
  • The topics are wide-ranging, providing viewers with a snapshot of research that has recently been conducted at the nexus of agriculture and food systems, nutrition and health.
  • In the second section, attendees will have 30 minutes to visit any (or many) of the presenters and to view/ discuss their posters in their individual break-out rooms  

We are delighted to let you know that the quick-fire session will be simultaneously translated into FRENCH on Zoom, unfortunately this is not possible for the poster break-out sessions.


Speakers and presentations:

Please click the titles of the presentations to see the abstracts and the poster links to see the study that will be discussed in the breakout rooms.


  1. Interventions in Small Island Developing States to improve diet, with a focus on the consumption of local, nutritious foods: a systematic review - EDEN AUGUSTUS  [Poster]
  2. Peri-urban Intensification of Market Gardening to Improve the Resilience of Crisis Affected people in Buea, Cameroon - REGINE KAMGA [Poster]
  3. Residential Food Environment, Household Wealth and Maternal Education Association to Preschoolers' Consumption of Plant-based Vitamin A-rich foods: the EAT-Addis Survey in Addis Ababa - ADANE KEBEDE [Poster]
  4. Impacts of Double-Fortified Salt on Anemia and Cognition: Four-Year Follow-up Evidence from a School-Based Nutrition Intervention in India - LIZA VON GRAFENSTEIN [Poster]
  5. Securing nutrition and livelihoods in a climate-changing world: A case of India's dairy sector - RUCHIRA GOYAL [Poster]
  6. Validating the Women's Empowerment in Nutrition Index in East Africa - WATSON LEPARIYO [Poster]
  7. Latent Class Analysis to identify and describe dietary patterns of women in Ibadan, Nigeria - GIULIA PASTORI [Poster]
  8. Environmental Impact and Nutrient Adequacy of Derived Dietary Patterns in Vietnam - SON NGUYEN [Poster]
  9. Are certain infrastructures more conducive to improving access to nutritious diets among low-income consumers in low-and middle-income countries? - PACEM KOTCHOFA [Poster]
  10. Ideas, Institutions, and Power Dynamics: The Political Economy of Fiscal Policies and Regulations to Promote Healthy Diets in Sri Lanka - SUNIMALEE MADURAWALA [Poster]
  11. Practices and awareness about Nutrition-sensitive Agriculture among key nutrition stakeholders in Morogoro rural district, Tanzania - INNOCENT SANGA [Poster]
  12. A Computer Vision-based Passive Dietary Intake Monitoring System for Assessing Dietary Intake in Low-and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) - FRANK (PO WEN) LO [Poster]
  13. A Community-Based Approach to Integrating Socio, Cultural and Environmental Contexts in the Development of a Food Database for Indigenous and Rural Populations: The Case of the Batwa and Bakiga in South-Western Uganda - GIULIA SCARPA [Poster]
  14. Reallocation of time to agriculture and changes to human energy requirements in Adilabad, India - OLUWATOSIN AFENI [Poster]
  15. Development of a dietary application for processing and monitoring paper-based Multiple Pass 24 hour Recalls in low-and-middle income countries - SARA STROUT [Poster]
  16. We're meat, so we need to eat meat to be who we are': understanding motivations that increase or reduce meat consumption among emerging adults in the University of Ghana food environment - DANIEL MENSAH [Poster]
  17. A novel framework for a complex systems approach to understanding the seasonality of nutrition outcomes: a paradigm shift in nutrition seasonality - ILANA CLIFFER [Poster]
  18. Food market access is associated with child dietary quality but not child height in rural Cambodia: findings from nationally representative data - MINH CAM DUONG [Poster]
  19. Do caregivers offer a low-cost option for collecting high-frequency nutrition and health data in remote regions? - NATHANIEL JENSEN [Poster]


French recording:











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Department of Health System and Policy, Institute of Public Health, University of Gondar
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