Senior Implementation Science Advisor, Breakthrough RESEARCH
Ms. Dougherty is a public health expert with over 20 years of experience in research, management and technical assistance. Ms. Dougherty’s research focuses on informing demand creation strategies for public health products and services and on monitoring and evaluating social and behavior change approaches in sub-Saharan Africa. She is the Senior Implementation Science Advisor for Breakthrough RESEARCH, a global initiative focused on generating evidence and promoting its use to strengthen SBC programming for improved health and development outcomes.
In contributing to a global Research and Learning Agenda on integrated SBC programming, Breakthrough RESEARCH, USAID’s flagship SBC evidence generation project, is helping generate data to enhance this important approach.
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