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Global Engagement Funds Case Study: Professor Monica Lakhanpaul, Save the Children and IIT Delhi

Watch a video exploring Professor Monica Lakhanpaul's research into the problem of child malnutrition in rural areas.

India visit to SNEHA

16 October 2018

Professor Monica Lakhanpaul used a Global Engagement Office-led visit to India to forge new connections both within UCL and beyond, as well as Global Engagement Funds to shape her own research direction.

She and Professor Marie Lall (Pro-Vice-Provost South Asia) and Dr Priti Parikh (UCL Engineering) formed a new interdisciplinary collaboration working with a variety of partners in India to come up with new, community-led solutions to the problem of child malnutrition in rural areas.

GEO supports UCL academics to put their knowledge and ideas into action, creating lasting good for people all around the world.

Watch Monica explain more about her work in India in this video:

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