Sai for past one and half decades has been passionately working with women and children on various health issues and the influencing sisters – nutrition and WASH, livelihoods and agricultural patterns in the context of women farmers. Her core strength lies in documentation and development communication. She has independently led several projects funded by clients including Government and NGOs, UN agencies and Donor agencies. She has rich experience of designing business development models with turnkey solutions and establishing rigorous programme management systems and protocols to rollout the models, developing various communication and engagement models with specific focus on women and children, adolescent girls and boys, nutrition, public health especially malaria and HIV/AIDS, water and sanitation. She keenly understands social dynamics influencing health and nutrition, explores the interdependencies between agricultural outcomes, consumption patterns that influences health and nutrition outcomes especially amongst women and children, works towards reviving and restoring traditional health and healing practices and establishes sustainable programme and knowledge management systems and protocols.
Head - Development Communication