Devanik Saha

India

Devanik Saha is a Lecturer in Public Health at the University of Greenwich, London.  At GEMMS, he co-leads the policy and governance vertical of the project, which involves critically analysing various migration health policies and stakeholders. He holds a PhD from the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. His doctoral thesis explores men’s involvement in maternal reproductive care in an informal settlement of Delhi. His areas of interest are gender, men and masculinities, migration, maternal reproductive health, and Indian politics. He is also a recipient of the Global Talent Visa by the UK government, wherein he has been endorsed as an exceptional talent in the field of Global Health and Development. He has worked and consulted for different organizations such as Tetra Tech International, Duke NUS Medical School, BBC Media Action, UNICEF India, World Bank, SRIJAN India, Institute of Development Studies, Teach For India, and other organizations.

dsaha@communitology.co