Meet 2023 Global Health Scholar Samuel Koenig

McGill Global Health Scholar Samuel Koenig is a Sustainability, Science, and Society student working with Professor Grace Marquis of the School of Human Nutrition

Samuel Koenig is a Sustainability, Science, and Society student and a McGill Global Health Scholar supported by the John Locke Churchill Scholar Award. Samuel will work with Professor Grace Marquis and PhD student Priscilla Boadi of the School of Human Nutrition.

"My project is to analyze the capacity of districts in the Eastern region of Ghana to impenetrable nutrition-sensitive agriculture programming. I've reviewed over and coded several transcripts of interviews with agricultural staff from the area, and am now working on creating a framework and a poster to present my thoughts and conclusions

I've really liked developing the framework, as it gives me a lot of freedom to express myself and present my ideas in a visual and concise way."

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