Dr Céline Termote
Kenya office representative
Associate Scientist agricultural and dietary diversity
Expertise and interests
Agriculture and food systems
agrobiodiversity, Dietary Assessment, food and nutrition, Wild edible plants and Non Timber Forest Products
Agricultural production, Agriculture, Forestry, Rural development, Consumption, Food, Food markets, Food security, Food value chains, Gender dynamics, Governance and policy, Resilience, Safety nets and vulnerability, Diet quality, Health, Maternal and child health, Biodiversity, Sustainability, Sustainable diets
Over 10 years of multidisciplinary research in sub-Saharan Africa combining ethnobotany, dietary diversity, agroecology, nutrition education, participatory action research, sustainable diets and food systems, markets and culture.
Penafiel D, Termote C, Lachat C, Espinel R, Kolsteren, P, Van Damme P (2016). Barriers to eating traditional foods vary by age group in Ecuador with biodiversity loss as a key issue. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 48(4), 258-268.
Powell B, Thilsted SH, Ickowitz A, Termote C, Sunderland T and Herforth A (2015). Improving diets with wild and cultivated biodiversity form across the landscape. Food Security 7:535–5
Termote C, Raneri J, Deptford A and Cogill B (2014). Assessing the potential of wild foods in reducing the cost of a nutritionally adequate diet - An example from eastern Baringo District, Kenya. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 35, 458-479
Boedecker J, Termote C, Assogbadjo AE, Van Damme P, Lachat C (2014). Dietary contribution of Wild Edible Plants to women’s diets in Benin – an underutilized potential. Food Security (2014) 6/833 doi:10.1007/s12571-014-0396-7
Vinceti B, Termote C, Ickowitz A, Powell B, Kehlenbeck K, Hunter D (2013). Strengthening the contribution of forests and trees to sustainable diets: challenges and opportunities. Sustainability 5 (11), 4797-4824.
Termote C, Bwama Meyi M, Dhed’a Djailo B, Huybregts L, Lachat C, Kolsteren P and Van Damme P (2012). A biodiverse rich environment does not contribute to better diets. A case study from DR Congo. Plos One 7(1): e30533. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0030533
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