Title:Nutrition Cluster Coordinator - Global Nutrition Cluster Rapid Response Team
Location:New York, NY
Language Fluency:English, French
Areas of Expertise:Community-Based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM), Emergency Assessments
Angeline began her career in international public health nutrition at the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research in Bangladesh, where she studied plasma folate and vitamin B12 deficiency in low-income pregnant women. She subsequently worked with Helen Keller International, supporting the implementation of a nutritional surveillance system in Conakry, Guinea. She then moved into programme work as a Nutrition Officer for the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), in both Guinea and Ivory Coast, managing WFP’s supplementary feeding programmes, nutrition surveys, HIV activities and technical assistance to government partners. Following post-election violence in Ivory Coast, Angeline supported the extension of Save the Children’s CMAM programming in Western Ivory Coast and subsequently worked with UNICEF, coordinating Ivory Coast’s national nutrition cluster.
Her current field of activity focuses on providing nutrition cluster coordination support in humanitarian emergencies as part of the Global Nutrition Cluster’s Rapid Response Team.
Angeline holds a Master of Science in Public Health Nutrition from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences with Honours in Neuroscience from the University of Edinburgh.
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