Posts Tagged: RECH

RECH Shares Reports with Participants

The Research on Environmental and Community Health (RECH) Study has worked with over 300 households and Mfangano’s 19 Beach Management Units over the last two years to study how environmental change affects household health. The RECH study visited families throughout all of Mfangano. This effort paved the way for the Kanyakala expansion, which extends EK… Read more »

Research Article: “Transactional fish-for-sex relationships amid declining fish access in Kenya”

Last week our work on fish-for-sex relationships and fish decline in Lake Victoria was published in the journal of World Development. A big thank you to Katie Fiorella, Dan Omollo and our entire community health research team for their hard work! “Transactional Fish-for-Sex Relationships Amid Declining Fish Access in Kenya.” Below is the citation: Fiorella,… Read more »

It’s a Wrap! RECH Study Complete

The Research on Environmental and Community Health (RECH) Study is designed to understand the links between the health of people and their environment. Rech means ‘fish’ in Dholuo, and belies the focus of this research on the role that fish access plays in livelihoods, food security, and the health of young children on Mfangano. To… Read more »