Ingrid Weiss, Serena Stepanovic, and Carolyn Hemminger co-authors of peer-reviewed article on nutrition in Zambia

URC staff Ingrid Weiss, Serena Stepanovic, and Carolyn Hemminger recently published the article, “Use of a Nutrition Behavior Change Counseling Tool: Lessons from a Rapid Qualitative Assessment in Eastern Zambia,” in the peer-reviewed journal Frontiers in Public Health.

The article, which was co-authored with colleagues from prime Catholic Relief Services, details findings from the USAID Feed the Future funded Mawa Project, an integrated food security activity linking improvements in both health and nutritional status with improvements in food and economic security working in Zambia. Click here more information on the Mawa Project.

Article co-authors (left to right) Carolyn Hemminger, Ingrid Weiss, and Serena Stepanovic
Article co-authors (left to right) Carolyn Hemminger, Ingrid Weiss, and Serena Stepanovic
Date 
September 30, 2016
Authors 
Keith Picthall
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