Waterborne Diseases in the Niger Delta
Research Study by Wageningen Scientist – ACT
International College of Commerce (Amsterdam) requested Wageningen Scientist – ACT to implement an awareness program in collaboration with the Niger Delta student network for the recognition and prevention of these waterborne diseases. However, ICC needs information on how to best approach such a program.
This ACT-project attempts to advise ICC on how to best collaborate with students from six state universities in the Niger Delta. With the goal to increase awareness amongst the Niger Delta population on recognition and prevention of waterborne diseases by using information, communication and education (ICE). Download Research Study
We thank Wetenschapswinkel – Wageningen University & Research for their contribution and dedication.
Special thanks to:
Ida van Grevenbroek
Myrthe van Wijchen
Sara Vande Velde
Paul van Haperen (coach)
Dr. Ir. MAE (Annemarie) Wagemakers (academic advisor)
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