CONSULTING IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND HUMANITARIAN AID
Roots of a Nomad proposes consultancies in the areas of livelihoods, nutrition and health,including public, traditional and community health systems, applying an anthropological lens to public health problems, focusing on what makes sense for populations when aiming at increased health outcomes. Work focuses on vulnerabilities and inequities and considers continuous attention to cultural sensitivity a key aspect for successful programming and achieving results. Human Rights and Gender perspectives are included in all work provided.
Previous research include the role of traditional healers in malaria control (Niger), livelihoods for youth and women (Niger) and market women (Mali). Numerous humanitarian missions undertaken in Africa and Asia alongside extended work and living in Benin, Senegal, Niger and Sri Lanka, responding to food, tsunami and civil conflict- related crisis.