PhD, Nutrition, University of Oslo
Nutrition, health and social indicators, Child labour, Trafficking, Mali, West Africa Haiti, Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Eritrea.
Sahel and Sub-Saharan Africa | Global health | Peacebuilding and stabilisation | Decent Work | Global education and out-of-school children
Anne Hatløy is research professor at Fafo in the group of Global Studies. In addition, she holds a position as Associate Professor at Center for International Health, University of Bergen.
Hatløy has 30 years of experience with implementation and analysis of quantitative and qualitative research projects in low income countries (West Africa, Uganda, Eritrea, DR Congo, Haiti) on child labour, living conditions, food and nutrition security.
She has extensive experience with research cooperation with institutions in developing countries and in research administration.
Freddy Bangelesa, Anne Hatløy, Branly Kilola Mbunga, Paulin B. Mutombo, Mwanack Kakule Matina, Pierre Z. Akilimali, Heiko Paeth, Mala Ali MapatanoIs stunting in children under five associated with the state of vegetation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo?
Debritu Nane, Anne Hatløy & Bernt LindtjørnBarriers to Management of Moderate Acute Malnutrition Among Children Aged 6 to 59 Months in Damot Pulassa, Wolaita, South Ethiopia
Debritu Nane, Anne Hatløy and Bernt LindtjørnA local-ingredients-based supplement is an alternative to corn-soy blends plus for treating moderate acute malnutrition among children aged 6 to 59 months
Anne Hatløy, Silondile Luthuli, Vaughn John, Lyn Haskins, Sphindile Mapumulo, Paulin Mutombo, Thorkild Tylleskär, Ingunn M. S. Engebretsen, Christiane Horwood & Mala Ali Mapatano‘I am not only beneficial to the community but to the entire country, I am trained as a researcher now’
Christiane Horwood, Sphindile Mapumulo, Lyn Haskins, Vaughn John, Silondile Luthuli, Thorkild Tylleskär, Paulin Mutombo, Ingunn M. S. Engebretsen, Mala Ali Mapatano & Anne HatløyA North–South-South partnership in higher education to develop health research capacity in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Mapatano Mala Ali, Lyn Haskins, Vaughn John, Anne Hatløy, Silondile Luthuli, Sphindile Mapumulo, Ingunn M. S. Engebretsen, Thorkild Tylleskär, Paulin Mutombo & Christiane HorwoodEstablishing a postgraduate programme in nutritional epidemiology to strengthen resource capacity, academic leadership and research in the democratic republic of Congo
Debritu Nane, Anne Hatløy and Bernt LindtjørnDevelopment and nutritional evaluation of local ingredients-based supplements to treat moderate acute malnutrition among children aged below five years
Debritu Nane, Anne Hatløy, Elazar Tadesse and Bernt LindtjørnResearch protocol local ingredients-based supplementary food as an alternative to corn-soya blends plus for treating moderate acute malnutrition among children aged 6 to 59 months | 2019 | Open access
Mapatano Mala Ali, Christiane Horwood & Anne HatløyBuilding a new master’s and PhD programme in nutritional epidemiology in Kinshasa
Pawan Acharya, Hallgeir Kismul, Mala Ali Mapatano & Anne HatløyIndividual-and community-level determinants of child immunization in the Democratic Republic of Congo: A multilevel analysis | 2018 | Åpen tilgang / Open access
Liv Elin Torheim, Anne Hatløy & Tone SommerfeltNutrition, global health and Norway's development policy
Hallgeir Kismul, Pawan Acharya, Mala Ali Mapatano & Anne HatløyDeterminants of childhood stunting in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Marianne Sandsmark Morseth, Navnit Kaur Grewal, Ida Sophie Kaasa, Anne Hatløy, Ingrid Barikmo and Sigrun HenjumDietary diversity is related to socioeconomic status among adult Saharawi refugees living in Algeria | 2017 | Open access
Bumbangi NF, Muma JB, Choongo K, Mukanga M, Velu MR , Veldman F, Hatløy A , Mapatano MAOccurrence and factors associated with aflatoxin contamination of raw peanuts from Lusaka district's markets, Zambia
Kismul H, Hatløy, Andersen P, Mapatano M, Van den Broeck J and Molland KM (2015).The social context of severe child malnutrition: a qualitative household case study from a rural area of the Democratic Republic of Congo
Bjørkhaug I and Anne Hatløy AUtilisation of Respondent Driven Sampling among a population of child workers in the diamond mining sector of Sierra Leone
Bøås M and Hatløy AChild labour in West Africa: Different children – Different work – Different vulnerabilities
Morten Bøås and Anne Hatløy‘Getting in, getting out’: militia membership and prospects for re-integration in post-war Liberia
Bøås M and Hatløy AAlcohol and drugs in post-war Sierra Leone
Hallund J, Hatløy A, Benesi I and Thilsted SHSnacks are important for fat and vitamin intakes among rural African women: a cross-sectional study from Malawi
Bøås M and Hatløy APoor, terrorised and internally displaced: the humanitarian situation in Northern Uganda
Torheim LE, Barikmo I, Parr C, Hatløy A, Ouatara F, Oshaug AValidation of food variety as an indicator of diet quality assessed with a food frequency questionnaire for Western Mali
Torheim LE, Barikmo I, Hatløy A, Ouattara F, Diarra M and Oshaug AValidation of a quantitative food frequency questionnaire in Western Mali | 2001
Hatløy A, Hallund J, Diarra MM and Oshaug AFood variety scores, socio-economic status and nutritional status in urban and rural areas in Koutiala (Mali)
Hatløy A, Torheim LE and Oshaug AFood variety – a good indicator of nutritional adequacy? A case study from an urban area in Mali, West Africa
Oshaug A,Pedersen J, Diarra M, Ag Bendech M, Hatløy AProblems and pitfalls in the use of estimated age in anthropometric measurements of children from 6 to 60 months of age: A case from Mali