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Economic, Social and Political SciencesPostgraduate study

Mr Andrew Alfred Jamali BA, MA (Population Studies)

Postgraduate Research Student

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Andrew is a civil servant with Malawi government, working for the National Statistical Office (NSO). His main tasks involves coordinating household survey designs, development of survey reports and policy briefs. He also coordinates the National Statistical System of Malawi to enhance data collection, analysis and dissemination.

I am currently doing a research study to examine the effect of climate variability on under-five children’s nutritional status in Malawi

Andrew has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in population studies obtained from University of Malawi and University of Natal in South Africa respectively. He’s worked in Population Development (PD) and Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) programmes in Non-Governmental Organisations and Government of Malawi for 14 years and has also lectured in Population and Environment, Sexual Reproductive Health on part-time basis at the University of Malawi. Andrew has also done consultancy work on life skills training manual for young people in Malawi, Advocacy and IEC Materials and communication strategy development on Population, SRH and Development issues in Malawi.

Research interests

Andrew’s research interests include analysing climate and environment change, child health particularly nutritional condition, household’s food security and sexual reproductive health for young people.

PhD Supervisors: Professor Nyovani Madise and Professor Jadu Dash

MPhil/PhD Research: Examining the effect of climate variability on under five childrens nutritional condition in Malawi.

 

 

 

Conducted tutorials for undergraduate students on Migration and Population and Environment

Mr Andrew Alfred Jamali
Reception Building 58 University of Southampton Southampton SO17 1BJ United Kingdom

Room Number: 1426 58CR/2058/2043

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