|Tellegen, Dr. N. (Nina)|
I am the CEO of Stichting DOEN, a foundation that supports a large number of different initiatives in the field of Climate Change, Culture and Cohesion and the New Economy. Until October 2007 I was the director of Wemos, an NGO working on the structural improvement of people's health in developing countries through lobby and advocacy. I did my PhD on the development of small-scale enterprises in rural Malawi and worked for the African Studies Centre in Leiden, the Netherlands until 2001. I am a member of the the Advisory Committee on International Affairs (Adviesraad Internationale Vraagstukken) which is an independent Committee that advises Dutch Government and Parliament on international issues.
Scientist / researcher; Staff non-governmental (development) organisation
Africa South of Sahara
Health Policy; Health Personnel; Health System
Poverty; Gender; Child mortality; Reproductive health; Aids; Malaria & TB; Improved trade aid; Sustainable debt; Access to drugs; Migration
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3 publications found in harvested repositories
|1.||Proletarization, land income and living conditions of farm labourers in Kenya|
1997 - Foeken, D.; Tellegen, N.W.
|2.||Income generation of farm labourers in Trans Nzoia District, Kenya: rural employment and social networks|
1992 - Tellegen, N.; Verstrate, L.; Foeken, D.W.J.
|3.||Farm labourers in Trans Nzoia District, Kenya: proceedings of a dissemination seminar at Kitale, 23-24th November 1992|
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