A Nutrition Human Nutrition Lecturer in the Department of Health Management, Policy and Human Nutrition at Moi University, Kenya. She worked as a Nutrition Officer at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital. With her competencies in the hospital she got a full Secondment to an HIV Nutrition project at AMPATH for four years where she worked as the Project Field Coordinator. She obtained her PhD in Applied Human Nutrition from the University of Nairobi with her thesis focusing on Child Nutrition and Cognition. She holds an MPH Degree from Moi University and a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Foods Nutrition and Dietetics From Egerton University. Her research interests are on maternal and child nutrition with a focus on Household Food security in poor settings. Caroline wishes to do research on how malnutrition can be addressed and specifically how stunting at at early age can be reversed to to have better cognitive and health outcomes in adulthood.

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Moi University


Research institute research
University research




Food security
Food systems
Maternal and child health
Nutrition and dietetics (including emergency nutrition)