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Country

President

Email

1

Angola

Pauline Semedo

paulinasemedo@hotmail.com

2

Benin

 

 

3

Burkina Faso

Ella Compaore

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4

Cameroon

Carl Mbofung

cmbofung@ahoo.com

5

DRC

Clement Mupenda Kalymu

kalymu@yahoo.fr

6

Egypt

Fawzi Refai

National Committee on Nutritional Science, 101 Kasr El Eini St, Cairo

7

Ghana

Ebenezer Asibey-Berko

asibeyberko@yahoo.com

8

Gambia

Albert Cox

nana@ganet.gm

isatouaquarian@hotmail.com

9

Guinea

Ahmadou Diallo

dasogobicko@yahoo.fr

10

Ivory Coast

Pierre Adou don’t forget Georges Tiahou

adoupier@hotmail.com

pnn_ci@aviso.com

11

Kenya

Alice M Mwangi

ammwangi@uonbi.ac.ke

12

Lesotho

Phiny Hanson

Phiny.hanson@dfa.ie

13

Libya

Yousef Elshrek

elshrek@yahoo.com

14

Madagascar

Charlotte Ralison

cralison@ird.mg

rahari@refer.mg

ralson.charlotte@univ

15

Malawi

 

 

16

Morocco

M. Essatrara

m.essatara@iav.ac.ma

17

Mozambique

S. Khan

skhan@drisdee.misau.gov.mz

 

18

Nigeria

1.Prof. NM Nnam

2.Prof. I A Onimawo

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19

Rwanda

Uwera Kamanzi

p.o. box 300 kigali, Mobile phone:+250 78 84 25 96 5 or +250 78 83 02 96 6

odettekamanzi2004@yahoo.fr

20

Ghana

1 Wilna Oldewagetheron

 

 

 

 

2. Richmond Aryeetey

Address P.O. box KB 18,Korle Bu, Accra, Ghana. West Africa.

Tel: +233 244872410

Fax: +2332151394

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21

Senegal

Salimata Wade

anutsali@refer.sn

 

20

Sierra Leone

Pamela Green

Nutrition Society of Sierra Leone, Box 414, Freetown, Sierra Leone

 

21

1South Africa

2. Dr. Covic N

Masela Pilay/ Johann Jerling

masela@nrf.ac.za

nutsoc@iafric.com

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22

Sudan

Kamal Mohammed

Nutrition Division, Ministry of health and social welfare, Box 303, Khartoum

 

23

Tanzania

Alex Mosha

 

24

Tunisia

Ridha Mokni

Ridha.mokni@rns.tn

 

25

Uganda

Gaston Ampek Tumuhimbise

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26

Zimbabwe

Julia Tagwreyi

juliatag@mweb.co.zw

Scope of the Congress

The conference provides a forum for nutrition and health scientists, policy makers, entrepreneurs, development partners, and other stakeholders in the nutrition, health, agriculture and food sectors to present their latest research findings. Also, the conference will act as an avenue to dialogue how to enhance better nutrition and health among Africans to serve as the foundation for sustainable human, social, and economic development.

Call for Abstracts

Abstracts submission is open up to 31st March 2019. The call of abstracts will be sent before end of 2018.  However, all abstracts relevant to the Congress theme or sub-themes should be written in English and not exceed 300 words. Authors should indicate which symposia there abstract pertains to. The presenting author should be underlined and contact information noted. Each abstract should contain a short introduction; purpose of the study/program; methods/approach used; summary of results; and major conclusions/ recommendations. Send your abstracts to Dr Ella Compaore rakibf@gmail.com CCed Dr Christine Mukantwali mukantwali@gmail.com

Themes and symposia

In addition to plenary presentations, this four day conference will have parallel symposia focused on 11 sub-themes:

·     Malnutrition; forms, trends, causalities, innovations and cost.

·     Commitments, policies and strategies to eliminate malnutrition

·     Multi-sectoral coordination of nutrition initiatives

·     Sustainable financing of Nutrition

·     Human Capital Development and Education

·     Nutrition and NCDs

·     Isotopes in nutrition research

·     Advocacy, communication and mobilization

·     Data generation and Knowledge systems

·     Nutrition policies, politics, and nutrition governance in Africa

·     Nutrition and health implication of the current food system in Africa

Exploring the Potential of African foods in Nutrition and disease