[Oct 7, 2016] Dr. Siân Curtis, Do food security interventions benefit women?: Gender and groundnuts in Zambia

Interdisciplinary Research Seminars
When Oct 07, 2016
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where Room B005, 206 W. Franklin
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Do food security interventions benefit women?: Gender and groundnuts in Zambia

Siân Curtis, UNC-CH

Professor Curtis is a statistical demographer whose research and administrative efforts have focused on monitoring and evaluation of global population and health programs and family planning and reproductive health. As the past Director of the MEASURE Evaluation Project (from 2002-12), she provided technical direction and leadership to a portfolio of over 100 individual monitoring and evaluation activities in over 25 countries. Curtis continues to play an important role in the MEASURE Evaluation Project as a Senior Evaluation Specialist with responsibilities for designing and leading evaluations related to international health and food security projects, and is director of the Family Planning Country Action Process Evaluation Project. She has particular expertise in the design and analysis of complex surveys and previously worked as a senior analyst with the Demographic and Health Survey Project at Macro International.

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