Karine Gatellier - Nutrition Convenor
(on maternity leave 22/04/2016 - 21/04/2017)
Karine responsibilities include producing content on nutrition and development issues for associated KS websites and outputs, and engaging with Southern contributors, through different partnerships, to increase the reach and visibility of southern-produced research in the area of nutrition.
Prior to working at IDS, Karine worked for various NGOs and CBOs on health & development issues with a focus on Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. She is fluent in French and Spanish.
The Hunger And Nutrition Commitment Index (HANCI 2013): Measuring the Political Commitment to Reduce Hunger and Undernutrition in Developing CountriesIDS Evidence Report 78 (2014)
This report presents the Hunger And Nutrition Commitment Index (HANCI) 2013. More details
Analysing Nutrition Governance in Fragile Contexts: Lessons and Implications
This MQSUN Briefing describes lessons learnt and implications from a MQSUN assignment which main objective was to analyze the research and policy challenges for improving nutrition governance in a context of state fragility. More details
The Hunger And Nutrition Commitment Index (HANCI 2012): Measuring Political Commitment to Reduce Hunger and UndernutritionIDS Evidence Report 25 (2013)
Measuring the Political Commitment to Reduce Hunger and Undernutrition in Developing Countries. Supported by Irish Aid, DFID Accountable Grant and Transform Nutrition. More details
The HANCI Donor Index 2012: Measuring Donors' Political Commitment to Reduce Hunger and Undernutrition in Developing CountriesIDS Evidence Report 26 (2013)
This second phase of the Hunger and Nutrition Commitment Index (HANCI) scrutinises donor government commitment to reducing hunger and undernutrition in developing countries. More details
"Born, lived and died - but counted or not?" Studies of HIV Communities in Africa (Highlights)
Born, lived and died - but counted or not?" explains the importance of being able to collect cause-of-death information and suggest a way forward with the use of verbal autopsies in places where deaths are not recorded. More details