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Economist Soumya Balasubramanya grew up in India and now her research is being used by development donors and governments in Asia and Africa to make sure programs aimed at vulnerable groups have the impact they are supposed to.

Balasubramanya, who is a research group leader in economics at the International Water Management Institute at CGIAR, says her research aims to identify investments, policies and interventions that can help vulnerable populations who will disproportionately bear the impacts of climate change.

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