Senior Research and Evaluation Advisor, India, USAID ASSIST Project/URC
Dr Enisha Sarin has been working in the field of reproductive health and HIV prevention research and program development for the last 17 years with a focus on behavioral and social determinants of health. Her experiences working among vulnerable and marginalized groups such as IDUs, street children, urban poor women, rural women, and female sex workers has grounded much of her work in research and evaluation. She completed her masters, doctoral, and postdoctoral programs from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. She has been actively engaged in independent research, having particular interest in qualitative research, measurements of health and social indicators including gender structures, and evaluation of health systems. She believes strongly in research that translates into action. She is currently the senior research and evaluation advisor of the USAID ASSIST project of University Research Company, working in reproductive, maternal and child health care, based in Delhi.