Dr. Katie Fiorella, an Atkinson Postdoctoral Fellow at Cornell University jointly hosted by our group and Chris Barrett’s, is completing her post-doc and moving into a new role. She will join the faculty in Population Medicine and in Cornell’s new Masters in Public Health program as […]
Month: August 2017
This week, our paper came out in the newish journal “Water Security”. In it, we argue that water security shouldn’t be seen as merely the sufficiency of water as an object (“H2O”), but should be reconceptualized and explicitly linked to broader social and political relations that […]
Mentor farmers representing the Singida Nutrition and Agro-ecology Project (SNAP) won first place at the Nane Nane (Farmer’s Day celebrated each year in Tanzania) Fair in Dodoma. SNAP farmers were selected to represent the Rural Singida District at the fair, ahead of several other local farming groups. At their booth, the SNAP farmers showed off their best legumes and other protein-dense produce alongside graphs and charts that detailed the positive influence of the SNAP curriculum. Their effort earned them the highest ranking among farmers’ groups through the central region of Tanzania! Other booths showcased the processing of sorghum and millet, and one even demonstrated the process of making tomato wine.
Congratulations to the SNAP team – a well deserved win!