Emmanuel Chilanga is an Assistant professor in the School of Social Work at The University of British Columbia. He holds a PhD and master’s degrees in social work from McGill University, a Master of Science degree in Geography from University of Western Ontario and a bachelor’s degree in Education from University of Malawi. Emmanuel’s primary research focuses on community organizing to examine and address the determinants of poor child and maternal health, household food insecurity, Intimate partner violence, and to explore COVID-19 community recovery strategies in Sub Saharan Africa. He also does research in finding innovative Social Work field Education in Canada and Africa.
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