Emily Das is Senior Technical Lead - Research TCIHC, at PSI India. She leads the monitoring and evaluation of The Challenge Initiative for Healthy Cities (TCIHC) in India. She is a senior program researcher with more than 16 years of experience in planning and implementation of M&E activities of various projects relating to MNCHN programs in India. Trained as a demographer with a Ph.D. degree from IIPS, Mumbai, she is skilled at designing large-scale sample surveys, processing and managing cross-sectional and longitudinal data on population, health and nutrition. She has a proven track record in promoting timely availability and use of data and research findings for program decision and advocacy efforts. Prior to joining PSI, Emily worked as Deputy Director-MLE at Abt Associates and Technical Advisor-MLE at IntraHealth International, where she was responsible for the design and implementation of all monitoring and research components of the projects. She has substantial experience on working with web-based MIS using ICT for routine analysis of project monitoring data.
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