Armanda Issá Abdul Gani has more than 15 years of experience in capacity building, training, and supporting nutrition and child health programs. In addition to her work in child nutrition and social and behavior change communication at FANTA, she currently represents the national working group for the Multisectoral Action Plan for the Reduction of Chronic Undernutrition in Mozambique. Prior to joining FANTA, she spent more than 5 years in Swaziland working with the International Baby Food Action Network. Before that, she worked for 10 years with Mozambique’s Ministry of Health Nutrition Department and 3 years with the Technical Secretariat for Food and Nutrition Security. She holds a master’s degree in community nutrition from the University of Queensland, Brisbane-Australia, and a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Eduardo Mondlane. In addition, she has a certificate in IYCF from University College London.