Anne-Solenne Le Danvic is coordinator for the Generation Nutrition France campaign http://www.generation-nutrition.fr/ and has been working in the advocacy team at Against Hunger France since 2015. She graduated from the Strasbourg Institute of Political Studies (IEP), and in Agricultural Development from the Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne Institute of Economic and Social Development Studies (IEDES). She is a specialist in food security and livelihoods and spent 4 years in positions to devise and implement field programs, including for Against Hunger and Oxfam GB, before working for a French professional agricultural organization. Generation Nutrition is an international campaign launched in 2014 and conducted by some fifty partner organizations based in several countries: France, Burkina Faso, Canada, Czech Republic, India, Kenya, Philippines, Spain, UK, USA and European Union. In France, Generation Nutrition includes 8 organizations specialized in various humanitarian and development fields which are calling on the French Government and international community to take steps to make the fight against undernutrition a priority.
1 published article
2.4 billion people do not have access to decent toilets, i.e. one third of humanity. To mark World Toilet Day, Génération Nutrition France is highlighting a causal factor of undernutrition that is too often neglected: the lack of sanitation. An interview with Claire Gaillardou, water sanitation...