The association Bien-être Santé Nutrition (Health Wellbeing Nutrition) is chaired by Landy Razanamahefa, PhD in nutrition. With nearly twenty years of experience in the field of nutrition, food security and public health, she has participated significantly in the development of expertise and nutritional risk assessment in France (ANSES).
Within the Health Directorate-General of France (Ministry of Health), she has contributed to piloting the National Nutrition and Health Program (PNNS) and the Obesity Plan (OP), in conjunction with other government plans (Program National Food, Cancer Plan, National Health Environment Plan …).
In charge particularly of the declination of these two plans of public health for the Overseas Territories (West Indies, Guyana, Indian Ocean), she is personally concerned by the health problems related to the malnutrition, the access to the drinking water and healthy living in developing countries. Focal Point France for the work of WHO on “nutrition, physical activity, obesity”, she is co-author of many books, nutrition guides and reports of expertise currently cited as reference documents in the field of nutrition and health .
Coordinating the various strategies and uniting the forces by paying particular attention to the specificities of the different actors, contexts, territories and populations so that the approaches remain consistent with public health priorities in nutrition, this is the vision of the Association Wellness health nutrition.
“Poverty is not inevitable, it can be an effective lever for development if we give ourselves the means to act: together, let’s make the difference”. Landy Razanamahefa, President B’SaN Asso