Pakistan floods: innovations and guidance for the response.

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Anne has been the Head of our Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises (R2HC) programme since 2015. Whilst she oversees all elements of the programme, the major focus of her work is to ensure that research outputs influence policy and practice.

Before joining Elrha Anne spent more than 20 years managing international development programmes in the South-East Asia region. She has a public health background specialising in sexual and reproductive health and rights, and has worked for many years with NGOs and the United Nations Population Fund to increase access to services for marginalised and excluded people.

Anne brings to her role a commitment to using evidence to improve humanitarian practice.

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