CHARU C. GARG (charu.garg@ihdindia.org)
Charu C. Garg Ph. D. is a Visiting Professor at IHD, and heads the PHN Research Programme. She is a health economist with over 16 years experience in developing and implementing innovative solutions for global health financing, information and accountability with an additional 12 years teaching and research experience in economics, econometrics and statistics. She has excellent track record in managing projects, multi-stakeholder alliances, capacity building, policy analysis and resource mobilization. She has developed several knowledge products and recognized as a global leader in resource tracking in health. She has worked at the World Health Organization and World Bank for almost 9 years and has her post doctorate from Harvard School of Public Health.

SUMIT MAZUMDAR (sumit.mazumdar@ihdindia.org)
Sumit Mazumdar is a trained demographer, with a major in Economics. He currently works as a Fellow at the Institute for Human Development (IHD), New Delhi where he coordinates the Population Health Nutrition (PHN – RP) Research Programme. His research interests span empirical issues in development economics related to shocks and welfare outcomes, and impact evaluations of development interventions. Under the PHN-RP, Sumit is involved in conceptualizing, designing and execution of research studies concerning the broad themes of health systems strengthening, child undernutrition and health & nutrition service delivery models. He has worked in field-level studies in West Bengal, Bihar, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, and has instructed training programmes on quantitative techniques of research and data analysis.

SUDHIR K SHUKLA (sudheer.shukla@ihdindia.org)
Sudhir K Shukla is a Research Associate at the PHN Research Programme. A M.Phil in Population Studies from IIPS, Mumbai, Shukla has worked with household surveys on health and nutrition in India including the NFHS and the DLHS-RCH, and health rounds of the National Sample Survey. His recent work relates to tobacco consumption and its health consequences in India and demographic consequences of gaps between desired and actual birth intervals.

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