Mr Jack Hetherington
Jack Hetherington joined the Centre for Global Food and Resources in 2017, working in an interdisciplinary research team with the aim to improve the supply, competitiveness and livelihoods of smallholder dairy value chains in Indonesia – a.k.a IndoDairy
Jack came to the University of Adelaide after working at the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) for over two years where he supported the development and implementation of a range of Agribusiness research projects and help coordinate the evaluation of mobile acquired data. He is the Vice President for the network group called Researchers in Agriculture for International Development (RAID) - an active community of early to mid-career researchers interested in agriculture and international development.
Jack grew up in Sydney but has a passion for understanding how agriculture and food production can contribute to a healthy and sustainable planet. Graduating from the University of Sydney with Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience in 2014, he completed an honours project analysing the interactions of livestock ownership, consumption behaviour and child nutrition in sub-Saharan Africa.
Jack works in an interdisciplinary research team with the aim to improve the supply, competitiveness and livelihoods of smallholder dairy value chains in Indonesia – a.k.a IndoDairy
|2017 - 2017||Agribusiness Program Coordinator||Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research|
|2015 - 2017||Research Program Officer||Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research|
|2011 - 2014||University of Sydney, Sydney||Australia||B.Animal and Veterinary Bioscience|
|2017||Hetherington, J., Wiethoelter, A., Negin, J., & Mor, S. (2017). Livestock ownership, animal source foods and child nutritional outcomes in seven rural village clusters in Sub-Saharan Africa. Agriculture & Food Security, 6(1), 11 pages.
|2018||Akzar, R., Peralta, A., Umberger, W., & Hetherington, J. (2018). Simultaneous Decisions of Indonesian Smallholder Dairy Farmers Adoption of Multiple on Farm-level Innovations. Poster session presented at the meeting of The 62th AARES Annual Conference. Adelaide Australia.|