Elizabeth joined the Feinstein International Center in October 2008.
Currently Elizabeth is working with other FIC researchers on an impact evaluation of a program implemented by Concern Worldwide in eastern Chad which aims to increase community and household resilience to shocks. Previously she worked with a team from the Friedman School on an impact and cost-effectiveness evaluation of the USAID-funded “Food by Prescription” program in Ethiopia. She has been involved in a number of other FIC-related projects on livelihoods, nutrition, and humanitarian futures. Elizabeth holds an M.S. in Food Policy and Applied Nutrition from Tufts University.
Food by Prescription Measuring the Impact and Cost-Effectiveness of Prescribed Food on Recovery from Malnutrition and HIV Disease Progression among HIV+ Adult Clients in Ethiopia
Great strides have been made over the last 20 years in the long-term management of HIV infection in developing countries, resulting in improved immune function, reduced mortality, and prolonged survival….Read More
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