Recipe for Success in WIC: Based on a Thirty-Five Year Life Story

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Recipe for success in WIC: Based on Thirty-Five Year Life Story

Anna Kanianthra

Researchers have identified long-term payoffs to governmental safety-net programs such as WIC

Within the pages of Anna Kanianthra’s new book, Recipe for Success in WIC, public health service providers will find important information for how to run successful.

WIC programs in their communities. She uses her own stories of achievement to guide readers on how to build their Women Infant and Children program to also achieve similar success.

“Researchers have identified long-term payoffs to governmental safety-net programs such as WIC,” states the author. “[They] have positive impacts on children including better school performance, better health outcomes, and increased birth weight for infants. If you are a public health service provider working with the multicultural community and want to know how to run a successful program, this book will take you on a journey of discovery of community partnership and data-driven program management.”

About the Author
Anna Kanianthra has served as a passionate community worker for thirty-five years. She credits her mother as a role model and inspiration for public service as she grew up watching her serve the homeless. Recipe for Success in WIC is her debut publication. For more information about the author contact her at jnakan(at)yahoo(dot)com.

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