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Shahira Ahmed

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Shahira Ahmed, MPH, is a doctoral student majoring in health systems at the Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). Her research interests include the social and cultural factors that influence health-seeking behaviour and health-care delivery, particularly in the context of HIV/AIDS. Previously, Shahira worked with the Program on International Health and Human Rights, HSPH, on a breadth of projects to operationalise human rights in public health policy, programming, and practice. She has also consulted with many international organisations, including UNAIDS, UNDP, UNFPA, and WHO, as well as civil society organisations, on the development of global and national health policy guidance documents. Originally from the Sudan, Shahira also researches and writes on the human rights, cultural, and health implications of female genital cutting.

Shahira Ahmed, MPH, is a doctoral student majoring in health systems at the Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). Her research interests include the social and cultural factors that influence health-seeking behaviour and health-care delivery, particularly in the context of HIV/AIDS. Previously, Shahira worked with the Program on International Health and Human Rights, HSPH, on a breadth of projects to operationalise human rights in public health policy, programming, and practice. She has also consulted with many international organisations, including UNAIDS, UNDP, UNFPA, and WHO, as well as civil society organisations, on the development of global and national health policy guidance documents. Originally from the Sudan, Shahira also researches and writes on the human rights, cultural, and health implications of female genital cutting.

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