Aisha Nansamba Nsubuga is currently working with BRAC International as the Regional Program Quality Advisor for Africa. Previously, Aisha served as the Interime Country Representative of BRAC Liberia and a Research Coordinator, providing leadership to the country teams, maintained and formulated relations, as well as engaged in resource mobilization. She led a project to investigate the impact of a customer-centered business training approach for MSME owners’. Aisha holds a Master’s in Population and Reproductive Health from Makerere University, Uganda. Her key research interests include behavioral dynamics, labour economics, and public health, with a focus to enhance human and economic growth. Previously, she worked as a Research Associate at BRAC Uganda for six years. There, she engaged in conducting social evaluations and providing forward-looking analysis as inputs to innovations. Aisha also worked as an STT at The WORLD BANK Group. She has received several professional trainings in impact evaluations from; University of Laval, IZA/DFID, J-PAL, CSAE and UC (Berkeley). Her working paper and reports can be found on the websites of the following institutions; PEP, GLM/LIC, WIEGO, Cities Alliance Liberia.
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