I am an Anthropologist and Social Sciences graduate with technical grounding in participatory action research. I have been involved in the development sector and public health research since 2012, working on gender, sexual and reproductive health, humanitarian emergencies, intersectionality, urban vulnerability and marginality for the last ten (10) years. These include seven (7) years’ experience of community-based participatory and intervention research with vulnerable communities; sexually exploited women, urban informal settlement dwellers and around three (3) years of implementation experience in the humanitarian crisis of the Rohingyas in Bangladesh. My experiences as a public health professional have enabled me to develop a variety of skills over the years such as designing projects, writing protocols, budgeting, team management, good organizational and administrative skills, monitoring project activities, aiding in strategic decision making, accomplishing qualitative and quantitative research studies, conducting statistical analysis, and writing reports and scientific papers.
Health system management sexual and reproductive health gender humanitarian responses Qualitative study Implementation and action research