Ibitola Asaolu’s career is focused on global health, violence prevention, and reproductive, maternal, and child health. Her nine-year career in public health spans several projects across academic, governmental, and global settings. She currently works as an epidemiologist contributing to statewide efforts in the prevention of suicide and maternal and child fatality.
The pandemic has impacted food supply and prices in Nigeria, and the country faces increased levels of hunger and malnutrition. Taking lessons from previous successful interventions, here are five ways to improve the situation.