Haydeé Nancy Rumaldo is a nutritionist and project and research coordinator at Partners In Health- Perú. Her work focuses on promoting health equity in underserved populations. She has training in qualitative methods, extensive experience in implementation science, and community-based participatory methods in urban and rural contexts. As a leader of grants funded by Grand Challenges Canada, she has implemented the community support model in child health projects aimed at addressing disparities such as delays in early childhood development ("CASITA" Project), quality of interaction between caregiver-child and the impact of the caregiver's mental health on the child's upbringing. This experience has allowed her to mentor undergraduate and graduate students at Harvard Medical School so they can expand their expertise in global health in the community.

Currently, Nancy continues to lead interventions in nutrition and child health and has recently expanded her focus to understand the effects of climate change on the health of the maternal and child population, which is why she has been leading baseline evaluations in districts of the urban and rural area of Peru. Nancy studied her undergraduate degree at National University of San Marcos. She holds an MA in Project Management and Social Programs from the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia.


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