In this webinar, researchers presented and discussed results from the Nawiri RFSA pathogen pathways study in Samburu and Turkana counties of Kenya, led by Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA).
This three-part webinar series shared findings from two recently completed pathogen pathways studies to identify and prioritize environmental risks for children associated with acute and chronic undernutrition. Both studies are funded by PRO-WASH, an initiative funded by USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA). The studies were done by Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA), University of California Berkeley, North Carolina State University, and Aquaya. Access the studies below:
- Pathogen Pathways Study for Children Under Two Years in the USAID FIOVANA Intervention Areas of Southeastern Madagascar
- Project Report: Identifying Pathogen Profiles and Exposure Pathways for Children Under Two Years Old in Samburu North and Turkana South, Kenya
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The Fiovana RFSA is a five-year activity funded by USAID/BHA and implemented by the Adventist Development Relief Agency (ADRA) in eastern Madagascar. The activity works to address and mitigate acute levels of food insecurity experienced by communities in this region of Madagascar. The Nawiri RFSA in Kenya is implemented by Mercy Corps and works to reduce persistent acute malnutrition in the arid and semi-arid land counties of Turkana, Samburu, Marsabit, and Isiolo.