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Understanding rainy seasons, malnutrition, & community health in Sierra Leone

Written by Richard Mallett on 16 September, 2014 : 12:08


We have known about the impacts of the seasons on health and agriculture for decades. It therefore seems remarkable that this fundamental issue still does not feature as a core pillar of health and nutrition programming.

SLRC Researcher, Richard Mallett 

Sierra Leone is currently grabbing headlines due to the world’s worst outbreak of Ebola to date. But those working on health in this small West African country have pointed to the many other diseases and conditions that kill people on a much more regular basis. These include malaria, TB and – perhaps the largest killer – malnutrition...

Read the full blog in the Washington Post: Understanding rainy seasons, malnutrition, & community health in Sierra Leone

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