Senior Analyst, Busara Center for Behavioral Economics
Aanchal Sharrma is a senior analyst at the Busara Center, where she supports the projects and advisory division with the application of behavioral science to development challenges and policies. Her background is in economic research, behavioral science, health, gender, and sustainability. Aanchal’s experience lies in economic and policy research, consulting, and social impact, and she holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Advanced Economics from Ashoka University.
We all know that sharing information across projects and organizations is good for FP/RH programs. Despite our best intentions, however, information sharing doesn’t always happen. We might lack time to share or we aren’t sure ...
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