Alison works at the Kenya Medical Research Institute/Wellcome Trust research programme based at Kilifi, Kenya.
She is a doctor, researching prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children. Her research is community based, working with young mothers to improve infant feeding. Alison also co-ordinates a work-based bible study group and serves on the development committee of St. Thomas’ Church. She chairs the management board of Upendo Orphans’ Support Project, a Methodist project assisting 62 orphans to stay at home with their extended families.
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Warm Advent greetings from an exceptionally hot Kilifi! Our offices have been without air conditioning for almost a year as the hospital tries to source a new larger transformer. I’m wilting a bit in the afternoons.
The feedback meetings in August and September in Jaribuni on the Barriers to Breastfeeding study went well and Prudence was the star of the show as she shared our research findings and recommendations with her community members in the local Kikauma language. In a setting where girls’ education is not a priority, she shines as a role model, as a local woman who has finished secondary school and has a job with the research unit. There is some money left over in the study account which I plan to use for further training of health workers and community health volunteers to support young mothers in infant feeding.
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