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Child and Nutrition-Improving health in Poor Countries


is a video of a panel discussion at Princeton University mainly on women, Child
and Nutrition.


a small group of determined women can do

is the intellectual doing to help make child nutrition better?


panel moderated by Anne Case, the Alexander Stewart Professor of Economics and
Public Affairs, and Director of the Research Program in Development Studies at
the Woodrow Wilson School. Panelists included Angus Deaton, the Dwight D.
Eisenhower Professor of International Affairs and Professor of Economics and
International Affairs at the School; Ingrid le Roux, Director of the Philani
Child Health, Nutrition and Development Project in South Africa; and Christina
Paxson, Director of the School's Center for Health and Well being.

on video


on video

women contribution on how each of their fields in academia and research are
reflected in child and nutrition development and the outcome of Philani child
project which is one of the few African success story of post conflict nations
health improvement.

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