Mika Kunieda

Assistant Professor
Faculty of Policy Management
Areas of Expertiseglobal health, wellbeing/me-byo, communication for development, individual and community level behavior change, health behavioral economics, Africa
Selected PublicationsMaternal and child health X low cost, effective approaches
 Effectiveness of community-based peer support for mothers to improve their breastfeeding practices: A systematic review and meta-analysis
 Parent and Child Health Handbook Promotion Association edited BOSHI-TECHO Mother and Child Health Handbook

War and terrorism X public health
 The world’s public health problems due to war and terrorism (tentative title translation) 戦争・テロと世界の公衆衛生課題, 公衆衛生 vol.81 no.2 2017年2月

Transport, electricity, water sanitation and education sectors X maternal and child health
 JICA research project on a multisectoral approach for maternal and child health

Polio campaigns X behavior change
 Monitoring individual behaviour change and immunisation outcomes in West and Central Africa through secondary data analysis of polio campaigns

Community development X infectious diseases
 UNICEF polio communication through religious leaders, community organizations and polio survivors
 JICA malaria control project through community health committees

Transport X gender
 An Overview of Women’s Transport Issues in Developing Countries: The Challenges in Addressing Gender Dimensions of Transport in Developing Countries: Lessons from World Bank’s Projects
 Gender and Urban Transport: Smart and Affordable Module 7a Sustainable Transport: A Sourcebook for Policy-makers in Developing Cities
 Finding the fistula patients in Asia (article published in the UNESCAP Transport and Communications Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific special edition on transport and gender)
Message to StudentsLet’s aim for “social and health equity for all” by pursuing practical learning/science here at Keio.
Contact Information5322 Endo Fujisawa, Kanagawa 252-0882 Japan
Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus
mkunieda [ at ] sfc.keio.ac.jp
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