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Welcome!

The Food and Nutrition Society of Ethiopia and The African Nutrition Society are honored to invite you to 8th Africa Nutritional Epidemiology Conference (ANEC8), to be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from 1 to 5, October 2018.

Announcements

ANEC VIII Program:

                                 http://www.anec.ansnet.org/index.php/anec/anec8/announcement/view/17 

Guidelines for oral and poster presentations:

                             http://www.anec.ansnet.org/index.php/anec/anec8/announcement/view/16 

Details of Proposed ANEC 8 Pre & Post conference Workshops/Seminars:

                             http://www.anec.ansnet.org/index.php/anec/anec8/announcement/view/15 

Conference Registration in Progress:

                            http://www.anec.ansnet.org/index.php/anec/anec8/announcement/view/14 

Abstracts have been reviewed:

                          http://www.anec.ansnet.org/index.php/anec/anec8/announcement/view/13 

 

Third Announcement.  Abstracts Submission Deadline Approaching: 

Abstract Submission Deadline Extended 

Due to Many Requests, the Scientific Committee is delighted to announce that the abstract submission deadline for the ANECVIII Conference has been extended to July 15_2018  

 

The 8th Africa Nutrition Conference (ANEC 8)

The Africa Nutrition Conference (formerly, Africa Nutritional Epidemiology Conference [ANEC]) is the leading regional nutrition conference in Africa held biennially in various parts of the continent. ANEC provides a forum for nutrition scientists, public health professionals, academics, students and field-based workers in Africa and the rest of the world to meet regularly to share their research findings and best practices and to build capacity to address nutritional challenges in Africa (the Africa Nutrition Agenda).

Additionally, ANEC has sought to build professional networks and partnerships to support nutrition programmes and projects in Africa. In 2008, it became necessary to have an oversight nutrition body with a registered status to oversee the activities of ANEC events. To this end the African Nutrition Society (ANS) was registered as a scientific professional body and initiated as a unified continental nutrition profession of individual members, to provide a continental professional scientific forum, promote training, research and capacity building in nutrition and contribute to workforce development to meet Africa’s nutrition and health policy agenda.

The ANS’ ultimate goal is to provide a home for nutritional scientists and other allied professionals, and contribute to programmes and projects aimed at improving nutrition in Africa and reducing the burden of disease. Through our efforts it is our hope the ANEC events will create a forum that will foster an atmosphere to promote collegiality and bring together individuals across Africa and other parts of the world to work together towards building and promoting the nutrition profession and practice in Africa. In 2018, The Ethiopian Nutrition Society, FONSE, will play host to our 8th ANEC Conference in Addis, Ethiopia, from October 1 – 5th, 2018

Conference Theme: "Multi-stakeholder nutrition actions in Africa: translating evidence into policies, and programmes for impact"

Conference sub-themes:

1. Effective multi-sectoral actions in nutrition: best practices

2. Multi-sectoral actions and biofortification in Africa

3. Joint actions on maternal, infant and young child feeding – nutrition during the 1st 1000 days, and beyond

4. Scaling up Nutrition (SUN): effective actions and best practices

5. Food systems, food safety and value chain: policies, legislations and actions

6. Nutrition-related NCDs, and benchmarking of food environment

7. Partnership for food security, safety and sustainability in Africa

8. Role of food industries, and biofortification in addressing malnutrition in Africa

9. Nutrition policies, politics, and nutrition governance in Africa

10. Double-duty actions for nutrition in Africa Abstract Submission

Abstract Submission is open till June 30 2018. 

You may submit your abstract(s) via the "Submit Abstract" link below 

http://www.anec.ansnet.org/index.php/anec/anec8/announcement/view/2

Kindly go to the section/heading "Outline for Abstracts" at the link below for the requirements for how to present abstracts. 

Should you experience any challenge submitting your abstract online, please contact ANEC VIII Conference Technical Secretariat: abstracts.anec8@ansnet.org. Alternatively, you may submit your abstract as an email attachment to this email. abstracts.anec8@ansnet.org

Important Dates

http://www.anec.ansnet.org/index.php/anec/index/announcement/view/7 

1st Announcement: November 3, 2017

2nd Announcement: December 30, 2017 

Abstract Submission Open: December 30, 2017 

Abstract Submission Closes: June 30, 2018 

Registration Opens: June 1

Conference Starts: October 1, 2018 

Conference Ends: October 5, 2018 

Registration is in progress  
To register, please use this link
http://www.anec.ansnet.org/index.php/anec/anec8/schedConf/registration

Registration Information

1This registration fee includes access to the Conference Centre, Posters and Exhibits, coffees, lunch and welcome reception. It does not include the conference bag or attendance to the Scientific Sessions. 

  • Conference Bag with documentation including Book of Abstracts  
  • Attendance of the Scientific Sessions
  • Coffee 
  • Lunch 
  • Welcome reception 
  • Admission to the Poster Session and Exhibition area

Registration Payment Details 1 (Bank Details)

  • Bank: United Bank for Africa (UBA)
  • Account Name: African Nutrition Society 
  • Local cedi account: GHC - 0010158660 -1511
  • Dollar account: $  - 0010158660 -2213
  • Euro Account:  € - 0010158660 -4413
  • Swift Code: STBGHAC


Registration Fee includes: 

  • Conference Bag with documentation including Book of Abstracts  
  • Attendance of the Scientific Sessions
  • Coffee 
  • Lunch 
  • Welcome reception 
  • Admission to the Poster Session and Exhibition area

Registration Payment Details 1 (Bank Details)

  • Bank: United Bank for Africa (UBA)
  • Account Name: African Nutrition Society 
  • Local cedi account: GHC - 0010158660 -1511
  • Dollar account: $  - 0010158660 -2213
  • Euro Account:  € - 0010158660 -4413
  • Swift Code: STBGHAC

Registration Payment Details 2 (Bank Details)
§  Name of FoNSE as held by the bank/account name: Food and Nut Society of ETH
§  Address: Gullele Arbegnoch Street (the former paster institute) wereda 9,kebele 10/11/12 , house no 626 Addis Ababa Ethiopia
§  Name: Commercial Bank of Ethiopia
§  Branch: Gullele
§  Website: www.combanket.com 
§  Account Number: 1000006579365
§  Account Currency: Ethiopian Birr/USD
§  SWIFT Code: CBETETAA

VISA and ACCOMMODATION ENQUIRERS,

For VISA and ACCOMMODATION Enquirers, please contact Miss Sofia Ibrahim (via EMAIL imysofi@gmail.com), and Mr Tewodros Girma (via EMAIL tewodrosgirmadamie@gmail.com)

Use the link below to book visa online once the invitation letter is issued:
 

visa application through  https://www.evisa.gov.et/#/conference-visa  

 
Please visit Capital Hotel and Spa through 

 

https://www.capitalhotelandspa.com/ 

 
Use email below to book with corporate discount rate for hotel accommodation at Capital Hotel and Spa.
 
 
 
NB: Please contact Sofia and/or Tewodros for any inquirers.
 
Please Note that this discount will work only to book from September 28,2018 to October 7,20108.

 

Official Airline for ANEC 8

ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES (ET) is the Official Airlines for ANEC 8: Accordingly, ET has agreed to provide all ANEC 8 participants 20% discount on Business class fares, and 15% discount on Economy class fares. For Details, please visit https://www.ethiopianairlines.com/AA/EN/event?key=8th-Africa-Nutrition-and-Epidemiology-Conference

Nutrition Society ANEC (NS-ANEC): Travel Fellowship 2018
To confirm eligibility and apply, please use the link below. https://www.nutritionsociety.org/grants-and-awards/anec-viii-travel-fellowship 

HOTEL ACCOMMODATION

for Hotel Booking ,Please visit the link below. to book in corporate discount rate ,please contact Miss Sofia Ibrahim (via EMAIL imysofi@gmail.com), and Mr Tewodros Girma (via EMAIL tewodrosgirmadamie@gmail.com)

 

OTHER CONFERENCE CONTACTS

LOC Contacts
Kelbesse Urga, President, FoNSE and LOC Chair: kelbessaurga.fonse@gmail.com
FONSE Website: www.fonse.org
Conference Page: www.fonse.org/anec

ANS Contacts
Dr. Amos Laar, ANS President: president@ansnet.org / amos.laar@gmail.com
ANS Website: www.ansnet.org 

ANEC VIII Conference Technical Secretariat: abstracts.anec8@ansnet.org
Website: www.anec.ansnet.org

Local Organizing Committee
Sub-Committees
Scientific committee members:

  • Dr Dawd Gashu (Chair person)
  • Mr Dilnesaw Zerfu (Co-Chair)
  • Dr Namukolo Covic (Secretary)
  • Mr Tesfaye Hailu
  • Dr Awoke Kebede
  • Dr Kebede Abegaz
  • Dr Afework Mulugeta
  • Dr Tsegaye Demissie
  • Mrs Zewditu Getahun
  • Dr Paulos Getachew
  • Mr Masresha Tesema

ANS Liaisons - ENGLISH - Robert Akparibo (r.akparibo@sheffield.ac.uk). FRENCH - Pr KANA SOP Marie Modestine (kanamod@yahoo.com)
Communication Committee

  • Mr Abinet Tekle (Chair person)
  • Mr Biniyam Tesfaye (Co-Chair)
  • Dr Dia Sanou
  • Mr Girmay Ayana
  • Ms Sofia Ibrahim

ANS Liaison on this sub-ccommittee- Tonderayi Mathew Matsungo (tmatsungo@gmail.com)
Resource Mobilization Committee

  • Dr Cherinet Abuye (Chair person)
  • Mr Solomon Eshetu (Co-chair)
  • Dr Sisay Sinamo
  • Dr Robert Fungo
  • Mr Birara Melese
  • Dr Akoto Osei
  • Mr Workicho Jateno

Dr. Rev. Tom Ndanu (nutcaresoft@gmail.com)  and  Ms. Tambra Raye Stevenson (causecreator@gmail.com) are the ANS Liaisons on this sub-Committee

Logistics Committee

  • Mr Tewodros Girma (Chair person)
  • Mr Andinet Abera (Co-chair)
  • Mr Desalegn Kuche
  • Ms Sofia Ibrahim

ANS Liaison on this sub-Committee is Dr. Richmond Aryeetey (email rnokai@gmail.com)
International Team Supporting LOC
1. Prof Basma Ellahi (UK)
2. Dr Habiba Hassan-Wassef (Egypt)
3. Dr. Laila Lokosang African Union Commission (Ethiopia)
4. Dr. Amos Laar (Ghana)
5. Dr. Richmond Aryeetey (Ghana)
6. Dr. Tom Ndanu (Ghana)
7. Dr. Ali Jafri (Morocco)
8. Dr. Eric Elom Aglago (Togo/France)
9. Dr. Ella  Campaore (Burkina Faso)
10. Dr. Robert Fungo (Uganda/Ethiopia)
11. Dr. Nonsikelelo Mathe (Zimbabwe/Canada)
12. Mr. Frank E.A. Hayford (Ghana) - Frank also supports the ANS President as the Deputy Liaison Officer between ANS and LOC
13. Dr. Namukolo Covic (Zambia/Ethiopia)
14. Ms. Olufolakemi Anjorin / Student Affinity Liaison (olufolakemianjorin@gmail.com)
List of International Scientific Committee Members
1.    Prof Paul Amuna: Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) Qatar, Chairman of the International Scientific Committee
2.    Prof Alan Jackson; University of Southampton, UK International Advisor to the ANEC VIII Conference
Members
1.    Mr. Kelbessa Urga, Ethiopia
2.    Dr. Cherinet Abuye, Ethiopia
3.    Dr. Kaleab Baye, Ethiopia
4.    Dr. Mihretab Salasibew, Ethiopia
5.    Prof. Linley Chiwona-Karltun, Sweden
6.    Dr Thomas Adepoju, Nigeria
7.    Prof Judith Kimiywe, Kenya
8.    Prof Wilna Oldewage-Theron, USA
9.    Prof Abdellatif Bour, Morocco
10.    Prof. Mary Murimi, USA
11.    Prof. Francis Zotor, Ghana
12.    Dr. Amos Laar, Ghana
13.    Prof. Johann Jerling, South Africa
14.    Prof. Basma Ellahi UK
15.    Dr. Habiba Hassan-Wassef, Egypt
16.   Prof. Grace Marquis, Canada  
17.    Dr. Victor Owino, Austria
18. Prof. Emile Sabiba Kou'santa Amouzou
19. Prof. Mamoudou H. Dicko
20. Prof. Alfred Traore
21. Prof. Daniel Sellen
22. Prof. Julia Tagwireyi
23. Prof. Michelle Holdsworth

Conference Theme

“Multi-stakeholder nutrition actions in Africa: translating evidence into policies, and programmes for impact"

Sub-themes:

  • Effective multi-sectoral actions in nutrition: best practices
  • Multi-sectoral actions and biofortification in Africa
  • Joint actions on maternal, infant and young child feeding – nutrition during the 1st 1000 days, and beyond
  • Scaling up Nutrition (SUN): effective actions and best practices
  • Food systems, food safety and value chain: policies, legislations and actions
  • Benchmarking of food environment
  • Partnership for food security, safety and sustainability in Africa
  • Role of food industries, and biofortification in addressing malnutrition in Africa
  • Nutrition policies, politics, and nutrition governance in Africa
  • Double-duty actions for nutrition in Africa

Abstract Submission will be open on December 30, 2017

Hosted By

 

1     Background
The Food and Nutrition Society of Ethiopia (FoNSE) is a non-profit membership-based Professional Society established in January 2006 with the aspiration to assist the efforts of the Government of Ethiopia to improve the nutritional status of the people. The Society was initiated by concerted effort of the Food Science and Nutrition Research Department of the Ethiopian Public Health Institute...
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2     The African Nutrition Society
Established in 2008, the African Nutrition Society (ANS) is a registered scientific professional body, a learned society formed by nutritional scientists, food scientists and other health professionals working in, and with an interest in the nutrition agenda for Africa. ANS was established as an umbrella organization among others, to develop and promote the nutrition profession in Africa and to...
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