Sabina Singh

Sabina Singh holds a doctorate from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She is a trained information professional, social anthropologist and a public health scholar, with publications in peer-reviewed journals and edited book.

Sabina has previously worked as an Assistant Professor, Research Associate and Independent Consultant.  Her research interests include gender, poverty and migration; women, work and health; labor and well-being in neo-liberal regimes; and qualitative research methods. Sabina endeavors to address and draw the attention of the policy-makers and other stakeholders towards inequities in gender, well-being, and development by contributing to evidence mapping and synthesis activities at Campbell Collaboration.

She enjoys nature walks, photography, slow travel, and visits to libraries and museums.