Indu Sharma

Postdoctoral Fellow - Inclusive Governance and Nutrition Sensitive Agri-food Systems

Indu has 10 years of experience in research, monitoring, and evaluation of food security and nutrition programs in Nepal, Bangladesh, and Laos. She joins IWMI from Helen Keller International, Lalitpur, Nepal where she worked as a Consultant, Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture and developed a national guideline on nutrition-sensitive agriculture. Indu holds a master’s of Public Health from the University of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. She will soon complete her joint PhD on Erasmus Mundus TransGlobal Health (Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture) from Athena Institute, Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam, and Barcelona Institute for Global Health, University of Barcelona. Indu is a part of the cross-CGIAR Asian Mega-Deltas (AMD) research Initiative where she works on two interconnected work packages (WP), achieving WP2: ensuring that deltaic food systems can sustain and enhance nutrition security equitably; and WP4: inclusive governance of natural resources on which diverse food systems depend.

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Kathmandu, Nepal