Senior Research Analyst, Agriculture and Livelihoods
Dianna Bartone is the Senior Research Analyst for Agriculture and Livelihoods. In this role, she conducts data analysis and quantitative research that informs the Foundation’s global strategy to help tobacco farmers transition to alternative livelihoods and crops.
Dianna is a skilled quantitative researcher with several years of experience in international nutrition, food security, and agricultural research. She has worked on projects led by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University School of Medicine, World Vision International, and the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging.
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Mission is to eliminate smoking worldwide by supporting cessation & harm reduction #research, and transitioning tobacco #farmers to alternative livelihoods.
In his latest blog, Derek Yach notes, “In 2020, we must not only acknowledge that smoking persists as a pressing global health threat, but also adapt our tactics to address the ways in which this threat has evolved.” #AccelerateTransformation http://bit.ly/37ci1ma
How insurers can profit while helping people to quit smoking
The Foundation is collaborating with the insurance industry to raise awareness about how insurers can help end smoking. This could create shared value that will benefit smokers, insurers and society as a whole. #endsmoking, #insuranceindustry. http://bit.ly/2sZCifK
David Janazzo, CFO and VP of #IndustryTransformation examines how Tobacco Free Portfolios, Bloomberg STOP’s Global Tobacco Industry Interference Index, and FSFW’s Tobacco Transformation Index are complementary. http://bit.ly/2QTQfoI
New ASH & Cancer Research UK report:
"Local authorities which do not currently provide e-cigarette starter packs as part of their cessation offer should consider doing so to give local smokers the best possible chance to quit."
"Only" 11% do so now.
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