Undernutrition in Haiti three years after the quake

Lora Iannotti (left), PhD, assistant professor at the Brown School, has worked in Haiti for 25 years. She collaborates with in-country partners, such as Saminetha Joseph (center), on public health and prevention research projects at the nexus of poverty, micronutrient deficiency and infectious disease. (Photo: Hector Retamal/Agence France-Presse)

Following up: Three years after quake, Haiti still stricken with poverty, disease

Despite an immediate influx of aid following the 2010 earthquake, support for the country not only came to a halt, it became a bureaucratic nightmare. Brown School assistant professor Lora Iannotti, PhD, continued her research on undernutrition in children as well as her visits to Haiti.

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