Genevie Fernandez, PhD Student

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Genevie Fernandes is a public health researcher interested in policy and practice for advancing maternal and child health (MCH) especially in developing countries. She joins the team with 8 years of experience in research and programme implementation in MCH, HIV/AIDS and tobacco control across 4 states in India. Her current doctoral research traces the evolution of the World Bank's role and influence in maternal and child health (MCH) over the last forty years, and also aims to produce a case study of the Bank's involvement in India. Genevie holds a M.Sc. in Health Inequalities and Public Policy from the University of Edinburgh and a B.A in Psychology and Anthropology from the University of Mumbai.