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Stanford researchers Clea Sarnquist and Mike Baiocchi will discuss the alliance that was formed by a group of researchers at Stanford and a group of Kenyan activists, in an effort to prevent gender-based violence in the unplanned settlements of Nairobi. Responding to the dearth of empirical research about preventing violence against women and girls, their research fills critical gaps about violence prevention and gender inequality. The speakers will share experiences, tools and insights from their research and collaborations.
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Clea Sarnquist focuses on implementation and evaluation of interventions to decrease gender-based violence, improve family planning access and uptake, and enhance child and maternal health both globally and within the U.S. Her work is applied, multidisciplinary research that brings together expertise from varying fields and involves multiple organizations both inside and outside of academia.
- Senior Research Scholar, Global Child Health Program, Department of Pediatrics
Professor Baiocchi specializes in creating simple, easy to understand statistical methodologies for getting reliable results out of messy data and messy situations.
- Assistant Professor of Medicine, Stanford Prevention Research Center