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Charlotte Day Project Manager

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CABI, Nosworthy Way, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 8DE, United Kingdom

I joined CABI in January 2015 as a Project Manager coordinating mNutrition activities in four lead countries (Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Zambia & Cote d’Ivoire) and will also be working on overall project coordination with consortium partners GAIN, Oxfam, ILRI and BMJ.


Previous to joining CABI I worked at the Partnership for Child Development, Imperial College London where I was responsible for managing monitoring and evaluation projects of government-implemented Home Grown School Feeding Programmes in Africa. I have a background in food security, sustainable production systems and horticulture. I have previously worked in Kenya with smallholder farmers and am interested in the interdisciplinary nature of agriculture, farm ecology and human nutrition.

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mNutrition: Addressing hidden hunger through mobile messaging

One in three people in the developing world suffer from ‘hidden hunger’, or micronutrient deficiency, due to a lack of information on proper nutrition. This is a major cause of illness, poor growth, reduced productivity and impaired cognitive development. To help combat the problem, CABI and its partners in...
Project image: Controlling Japanese knotweed in Great Britain

PRISE: a Pest Risk Information SErvice

Pests can decimate crops and are estimated to cause around a 40% loss. These insects, mites and plant pathogens can impact on food security and impede supply chains and international trade. A Pest Risk Information SErvice (PRISE) aims to solve this problem by using data to help farmers manage pests in up...