Greenwich (Reino Unido): Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Anthropology/Public Health/Development Studies Fecha:
Livelihoods & Institutions
The Natural Resources Institute (NRI) (www.nri.org) is an internationally renowned multi-disciplinary centre of the University of Greenwich.
The Natural Resources Institute has an exciting opportunity for a post-doctoral research fellow in anthropology, public health or development studies/social science in a health-related area to work within the Livelihoods and Institutions Department. The position will contribute to the MRC-funded project “Intercultural models to improve nutrition and health of indigenous populations through gender-sensitive agroforestry practices in Peru”. The project uses participatory approaches and intercultural models to co-develop gender-sensitive agroforestry options with the potential to sustainably address high levels of chronic undernutrition and anaemia in indigenous populations in the Peruvian Amazon.