Our webinar ‘Dietary Transitions in African Cities’ presents the findings of our two research projects, conducted in urban Ghana and Kenya, to leverage evidence for policy and intervention development to prevent diet-related non-communicable diseases.
Our webinar highlights the novel approaches we have used to collect data on food consumption and practices, factors influencing food choice and urban food environments. We discuss how we have used existing scientific evidence together with the views of local people and stakeholders to identify ways of promoting healthier diets in urban Africa. We held one webinar in French and a second in English.
Please click on the links below to be taken to a recording of our webinar.
|Transitions alimentaires dans les villes Africains|
Mercredi 24 Avril à 12h heure anglaise, 13h CET
–Dr Gershim Asiki, African Population Health Research Centre, Kenya
–Nicolas Bricas, UNESCO chair of World Food systems, CIRAD, France
–Professor Michelle Holdsworth, University of Sheffield, UK
–Dr Rebecca Pradeilles, University of Sheffield, UK
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|Dietary transitions in African Cities|
Thursday 9th May 2019, 13.00 (BST)
-Professor Michelle Holdsworth, University of Sheffield, UK
–Dr. Amos Laar, University of Ghana
–Milka Njeri, African Population Health Research Centre, Kenya
-Dr. Rebecca Pradeilles, University of Sheffield, UK
-Professor Francis Zotor, University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ghana
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