2013 Scientific Symposium Presentations

Authors: Nutrition Innovation Lab

AGRICULTURE, FOOD SYSTEMS AND, NUTRITION: CONNECTING THE EVIDENCE FOR ACTION

CO-Hosted by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Community Medicine and Public Health– Institute of Medicine & the Nepal Agricultural Research Council.

 Akoto Osei  Impact of Homestead Food Production on Nutritional Status of Children and Women in Baitadi District, Nepal
Ram K Chandyo  Socio economic status, food security and anemia among mothers in Bhaktapur, Nepal
Shibani Ghosh  PoSHAN Process Research: Understanding Processes that Support Nutrition Program Impacts
John Groopman Prevalence of aflatoxin in mothers and young children in Nepal and Bangladesh: Implications for Assessment and Public Health
Mahesh Prasad Joshi Community development and livestock promotion in rural Nepal:effect on child health and growth
Rolf Klemm PoSHAN Community Studies: Finding Pathways to Accelerate Nutritional Impacts
Saba Mebrahtu Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices as Associated with Child Nutritional Status in Nepal: Analysis of the 2011 Nepal Demographic Health Survey
Nicole Menage  Nepal Thematic Report on Food Security and Nutrition 2013
RK Neupane  Household Consumption of Lentils in Selected Terai Districts of Nepal: A Study on Impact of Improved Technologies
Atmaram Pandey Suaahara: Lessons learned from an integrated nutrition program
 Krishna Prasad Rai Total Diet Study on Total Aflatoxins Consumed through Selected Foods from Selected Clusters of Nepal
Raman Shrestha No Rice in the house: Risk factors and association with Nutritional status of Nepalese 9-13 years olds
Ganesh Tapa Agriculture and Child Nutrition: An Analysis of Child & District- level Performance in Nepal
 Rahika Thapaliya  Diversifying Family Nutrition of Smallholder Tribal Farmers through different conservation agriculture crop production systems In the sloping lands of Nepal mid-hills
 Patrick Webb What the Lancet Nutrition Series of 2013 tells us (and what it doesn’t)
 Keith West The Plasma Proteome: A New Potential Approach for Assessing Multiple Micronutrient Deficiencies