The DSI-NRF Centre of Excellence in Food Security (CoE-FS) and the University of the Western Cape’s (UWC) School of Public Health (SOPH) invite you an implementation workshop on “Key challenges and solutions for maternal and child health (MCH) in South Africa”.
This hybrid session is facilitated by Dr Gillian Bartlett and Dr Kate Trout, both from the University of Missouri.
Date: 2 August 2022
Time: 13:00 – 15:00
In-person venue: Room 1A, School of Public Health, UWC (campus map available here)
Online: Register on Zoom.
We recognise that producers, processors, distributors and consumers are incorporated into the food system under varying terms and returns. We also recognise the economic, social, human and environmental health impacts associated with food security. Therefore our goal is to conduct research, build capacity and disseminate findings that will promote a sustainable food system in South Africa.
Our research is concerned with the scale, nature, causes and consequences of food insecurity in South Africa and elsewhere on the African continent. Thus our mission is to investigate products, technologies, processes and policies that can reduce food insecurity and mitigate its negative outcomes. We seek to make a difference to food security by linking innovative science with critical enquiry.