Tag Archives: malnutrition

Conflict, famine, tragedy

I spent yesterday afternoon over in the public health school filming a series of interviews on the humanitarian emergency happening right now in the Horn of Africa, including Somalia, Ethiopia, Djibouti, and Kenya. Our interview subjects looked at the crisis … Read More

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A student travels abroad and comes away with a career path, forever inspired

It’s official. I definitely have found the field that I want to work in for the rest of my life. Since I have been in India, my passion for international nutrition has grown even greater. It is so relieving and … Read More

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Tackling child malnutrition in Jodhpur – one promising model

After visiting hospitals in other developing countries, I expected the hospital in Jodhpur to be similar; similar in the sense that it would be dirty, overcrowded and unorganized. To my surprise, the hospital in Jodhpur was exactly the opposite. I … Read More

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