Sonali Jana has 20+ years of experience in development projects and programs largely focused on driving social and behaviour change (SBC) within diverse sectors including public health, adolescent and youth empowerment, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), education, early childhood development, and nutrition. She has worked with UNICEF, CARE, Evidence Action, Center for Communication and Change-India (CCC-I), and Johns Hopkins CCP among others, contributing to program management, research, resource and social mobilization, knowledge management, capacity strengthening, SBC communication, and partner management. Her work extends across India and the Asia region. She has a Master’s degree in Psychology with a specialization in Clinical and Counselling Interventions. Presently she is Deputy Director in CCC-I, New Delhi, India.
In July 2023, as part of the Asia region Learning Circles cohort 3, twenty-two professionals working in various capacities in sexual and reproductive health (SRH) came together to learn, share knowledge, and connect.
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