Gwenaelle LucVisiting Fellow Working with Feinstein Since: 2019
Based in: Paris, France
Gwenaelle is a social anthropologist focused on the drivers of child undernutrition as a starting point to improve the relevance and effectiveness of multi-sectoral nutrition programs in a variety of contexts.
She has 10 years of experience in the field, conducting applied nutrition qualitative and mixed-methods studies, as well as designing and evaluating evidence-based programs. She has worked extensively in Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cameroon, Niger, Kenya, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, and Senegal.
Her specifics interests include: linkages between gender and undernutrition, community involvement in humanitarian activities, and improving tools used by humanitarian actors to analyze contexts and needs and monitor the impact of their nutrition sensitive activities.
Gwenaelle is based in Paris, France and is the Link NCA (Nutrition Causal Analysis) advisor for Action Against Hunger’s Research Department. Gwenaelle holds a master’s degree in coordination of humanitarian programs from the University of Lyon II, department of socio-anthropology.
Feinstein International Center faculty and researchers published three articles in May issue of the Field Exchange. Click here to download the full issue. Merry Fitzpatrick et al’s article, “Kwashiorkor –…Read More
This report explores the seasonal patterns of acute malnutrition and its key drivers in the Goz Beida Region of Chad.Read More
This brief summarizes the seasonal patterns of acute malnutrition and differences in seasonal patterns and possible drivers for boys and girls in the Goz Beida Region of eastern Chad.Read More