Michael Marzolla is an emeritus youth development educator, retired from the University of California’s Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. As young man, he served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Central America from 1973-’77. His original assignment was in the highlands of Guatemala, working with agricultural cooperatives, school and community gardens and nutrition education projects, His final assignment was with INCAP (The Institute for Nutrition of Central America and Panama) located in Guatemala City, where he served as a team-member working on an applied nutrition research project located in El Salvador. His presentation tonight is illustrated with his historic photographs that were used to help design and document the effort.
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BY SEPTIAN SUHANDONO
@ VOL 18
ON JUN 24, 2014
Septian Suhandono is a student of Nutritional Sciences, Bogor Agricultural Institute (IPB). His daily activities including served as researcher at the Forum for Scientific Studies and an active member of IPB Scientist and Technology Society. Septian has always had concern on the nutrition issue and led him to establish a movement of 'Edukasi Gizi', a non-governmental organization working in the field of food and nutrition literacy. In his presentation, Septian shared several unknown facts and myth about nutrition and what we can do to improve them.
Proyecto Alimente is a nonprofit organization devoted to create food awareness in Mexico. Where is society in terms of food knowledge? How did we got to be one of the fattest countries in the world and what can we do about it? This are the questions Yatziri and Beatriz will try to answer in 400 seconds.
Transforma tu vida a través de la Inmunonutrición
BY ANDREINA WHITE
@ VOL 5
ON MAR 02, 2017
La nutricionista venezolana, Andreína White, nos explica la forma en la que ha logrado ayudar a sus pacientes a cambiar sus vidas por medio de la inmunonutrición. Este estilo de vida puede traer resultados positivos en todos los ámbitos, mejora desde condiciones complicadas hasta el humor.
BY RITA HUBBARD-ROBINSON, JD
@ VOL 19
ON MAR 14, 2018
"We can do it. We can change the world."
In Project Rainfall from PechaKucha Buffalo Vol. 19, CEO of NeuWater & Associates, LLC, Rita Hubbard-Robinson, talks about the development of an urban aquaponics farm and farmer’s market on Buffalo's East Side. The project is being proposed in an area of the city that is considered a food desert, void of fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole foods due to lack of easily accessible grocery stores or farmer’s markets. Project Rainfall's priorities are to improve the health of a disenfranchised community through access to fresh food and education.