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Tanzania's Cash Plus Nutrition Program, with Jennifer Matafu of UNICEF

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Last spring, our cohost, Dr. Tia Palermo, had the opportunity to travel to Tanzania and speak with Jennifer Matafu of UNICEF about a social protection intervention aimed to improve children's nutrition. In this episode, we dive deep into the value of programs such as UNICEF's Productive Social Safety Net (PSSN) and learn why models such as these could be critical in eradicating poverty.
Jennifer Matafu has extensive experience working in the social-economic development sector. At UNICEF Tanzania, where she has worked for 5 years, she is leading the policy dialogue, advocacy and programming related to social protection. Prior to that, she worked with the Embassy of Sweden/Swedish International Development Agency Sida in Tanzania for 20 years, where she managed programs in the areas of social protection, local governance, democratic governance, public sector reform programs, and land governance tenure and natural resource management. She has led and coordinated policy dialogue both at national and community levels.
Resources:
Tanzania: Joint Programme to Support Tanzania’s Productive Social Safety Net

Credits:
Host/Writer: Tia Palermo, PhD
Guest: Jennifer Matafu, MA
Production Assistant: Sarah Robinson
Video/Audio Editor: Omar Brown
Theme Music: Sungmin Shin, DMA
Faculty Consultant: Nicole Klem, MS, RD
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Last spring, our cohost, Dr. Tia Palermo, had the opportunity to travel to Tanzania and speak with Jennifer Matafu of UNICEF about a social protection intervention aimed to improve children's nutrition. In this episode, we dive deep into the value of programs such as UNICEF's Productive Social Safety Net (PSSN) and learn why models such as these could be critical in eradicating poverty.
Jennifer Matafu has extensive experience working in the social-economic development sector. At UNICEF Tanzania, where she has worked for 5 years, she is leading the policy dialogue, advocacy and programming related to social protection. Prior to that, she worked with the Embassy of Sweden/Swedish International Development Agency Sida in Tanzania for 20 years, where she managed programs in the areas of social protection, local governance, democratic governance, public sector reform programs, and land governance tenure and natural resource management. She has led and coordinated policy dialogue both at national and community levels.
Resources:
Tanzania: Joint Programme to Support Tanzania’s Productive Social Safety Net

Credits:
Host/Writer: Tia Palermo, PhD
Guest: Jennifer Matafu, MA
Production Assistant: Sarah Robinson
Video/Audio Editor: Omar Brown
Theme Music: Sungmin Shin, DMA
Faculty Consultant: Nicole Klem, MS, RD
Follow us!
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Buzzsprout
Spotify
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Youtube
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Twitter

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