Mahima is a recent graduate with strong research skills and experience in maternal health and nutrition.
Mahima is a Research Analyst with Triple Line’s EPAL division. She has a background in multidimensional poverty reduction, health inequity and social systems. Her research has focused on maternal health, nutrition, food systems and poverty reduction in LMICs including India and Bangladesh. She has a strong background in health, including recent research and publication on the challenges of Covid-19 for public health policy and provision. Her experience includes assessing the impact of programmes promoting improved maternal and child health through behaviour change and improving nutrition through enhanced agricultural inputs. Her work has also applied gender analysis to issues of public health, as well as examining the intersections of climate change, health and gender. She brings an extensive experience in literature synthesis, scoping reviews, systematic review, quality assessments of literature, project management, data analysis, and monitoring, evaluation and learning.