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Dr Tracy Morse

Organisation name

University of Strathclyde

Job title

Research fellow

Website address


Europe, United Kingdom

Country of current residence

Africa, Malawi

Expertise and interests

Sectoral expertise

academia and research, Community Engagement, public health

Disciplinary Expertise

Environmental sciences, one health, Public health

Area of interest

Food safety, Food, Food value chains, Health systems, Health, Maternal and child health, One Health, Water and sanitation, Sustainability


Members introduction

I am an environmental health researcher with a specific interest in community engagement and development models which provide holistic and interdisciplinary solutions to health issues in low and middle income countries.

Academic publications

Recent publications

Developing a Contextually Appropriate Integrated Hygiene Intervention to Achieve Sustained Reductions in Diarrheal Diseases. (2019). Morse, T., Chidziwisano, K., Tilley, E., Malolo, R., Kumwenda, S., Musaya, J., Cairncorss, S.  Sustainability, 11(17), 4656;

Risk Factors Associated with Feeding Children under 2 Years in Rural Malawi – a Formative Study. (2019). Chidziwisano, K., Tilley, E., Malolo, R., Kumwenda, S., Musaya, J., Morse, T. International Journal of Environmental Health Research and Public Health 16(12). 10.3390/ijerph16122146

Towards complementary food hygiene practices among child caregivers in rural Malawi. (2019) Chidziwisano, K., Slekiene, J., Kumwenda, S., Mosler, H., Morse, T. American Journal of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine DOI: 10.4269/ajtmh.18-0639

Achieving an Integrated Approach to Food Safety and Hygiene—Meeting the Sustainable Development Goals in Sub-Saharan Africa (2018). Morse, T., Masuku, H., Rippon, S., Kubwalo, H. Sustainability. 10(7) 2394 DOI: 10.3390/su10072394

Recent Projects

Click the links below for details of this members recent projects

The Hygienic Family

An interdisciplinary approach to address barriers to sanitation and hygiene among fishing communities of Africa’s Great Lakes.


Member for
1 year 2 months