Jane Keylock has over 10 years of expertise, across Africa and Asia, in nutrition and food security, with extensive experience of managing and implementing emergency nutrition programmes, mainly the community-based management of acute malnutrition (CMAM), as well as supporting national governments, UNICEF Country Offices and NGOs to deliver nutrition services. She has been strongly involved with the ‘Maximising the Quality of Scaling Up Nutrition initiative’ through which she has supported the Lao Government to develop a multisector monitoring framework and DFID Pakistan to develop a multisector nutrition programme. Additional experience has included analysing the domestic response to humanitarian crises, particularly from a financial perspective. She is also an experienced evaluator. Jane has been the nutrition expert on Country Portfolio Evaluations for WFP in Indonesia and Timor Leste, was a team member for the evaluation of Sida’s humanitarian Programme, and was also an expert for the evaluation of WFP’s Nutrition Policy.
MSc Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture. University of Exeter (2012)
Msc Dietetics, Glasgow Caledonian University (2001)
BSc Human Biology. University of Leeds (1998)