Sarah Lewis is a consultant with INTRAC. She contributes to the organisation’s thematic and commissioned research work. Her current research interests include aid withdrawal, exit strategies, and gender.

Sarah’s role includes:

  • Providing essential support for commissioned projects and thematic research, including data collection, analysis and report writing; and project coordination.
  • Commissioning, editing and disseminating publications
  • Co-facilitating and running webinars, workshops and conferences
  • Convening INTRAC’s internal learning activities

Previously Sarah worked at Plan International as Research Assistant for the 2013 ‘Because I am a Girl: The State of the World’s Girls’ report on adolescent girls in disasters. Sarah has research experience in Kenya and Nepal and as part of her master’s degree undertook research with the organisation PHASE Worldwide on the role of husbands in maternity care and safe childbirth in rural Nepal. She has a Master’s of Public Health in international development and a Bachelor of Arts in human geography, both from the University of Sheffield.

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