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Nandita Thatte

Nandita Thatte

IBP Network Lead, World Health Organization

Nandita Thatte leads the IBP Network housed at the World Health Organization in the Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Research. Her current portfolio includes institutionalizing the role of IBP to support the dissemination and use of evidence-based interventions and guidelines, to strengthen the linkages between IBP field-based partners and WHO researchers to inform implementation research agendas and foster collaboration among the 80+ IBP member organizations. Prior to joining WHO, Nandita was a Senior Advisor in the Office of Population and Reproductive Health at USAID where she designed, managed, and evaluated programs in West Africa, Haiti and Mozambique. Nandita has a MPH from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and a DrPH in Prevention and Community Health from the George Washington University School of Public Health.

Nurse Holding insertion materials. Ang larawang ito ay mula sa "Isang Pinagsanib na Diskarte sa Pagtaas ng Postpartum Long-Acting Reversible Contraception sa Northern Nigeria" IBP Implementation Story by Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI).
Pag-aaral ng mga Masked Health Care Workers | USAID sa Africa | Credit: JSI
Community health worker na si Agnes Apid (L) kasama si Betty Akello (R) at Caroline Akunu (gitna). Binibigyan ni Agnes ang mga kababaihan ng impormasyon sa pagpapayo at pagpaplano ng pamilya. Credit ng larawan: Jonathan Torgovnik/Getty Images/Mga Larawan ng Empowerment
timeline IBP COVID-19 at FP/RH Task Team Interactive Map
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