Ms Ayesha Mysorewala
Collective for Social Science Research
Expertise and interests
academia and research, Food policy, Gender and M&E, Nutrition, Rural development & gender, Smallholder agriculture
Development studies, Dietary Assessment, Economics and Finance, food and nutrition, food insecurity and undernourishment, Food Security, Nutrition
Livestock, Agriculture, Rural development, Consumption, Food, Food security, Gender dynamics, Governance and policy, Safety nets and vulnerability, Diet quality, Health, Maternal and child health, Sustainable diets, Sustainability, Water and sanitation
I have experience in research and programme management and a strong interest in food security, nutrition, agriculture and rural development. I hold an MSc from SOAS in Research for International Development. For the past 3 years, I have been working on a project called LANSA which is a research partnership funded by DFID that runs across India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. LANSA aims to understand how the agri-food system can improve food and nutritional outcomes
Haris Gazdar, and Ayesha Mysorewala (2016) “Large Surveys and Small Voices: Meanings of Hunger in Pakistan”. Research Report. IDS Oxfam International.
Haris Gazdar, Hussain Bux Mallah, and Ayesha Mysorewala (2015) “Pakistan Year 3 Findings: Life in a Time of Food Price Volatility”. IDS Oxfam International.
Click the links below for details of this members recent projects
Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition in South Asia
Collective for Social Science Research, IDS, IFPRI, LCIRAH, MSSRF, BRAC
Life in a time of Food Price Volatility
Collective for Social Science Research, IDS, OxfamGB and more
- Member for
- 2 years 2 months