PhD working title: The Roles of Policy Actors in the Indonesian Lymphatic Filariasis Programme Implementation
I am currently writing up my PhD thesis on the roles of international, national, and local level policy actors in the implementation of the Lymphatic filariasis elimination programme in Indonesia.
Dr Sarah Hill and Dr Sudeepa Abeysinghe, Global Health Policy Unit.
- MSc Global Health and Public Policy, University of Edinburgh, 2015
- BSc Nutrition, University of Indonesia, 2013
- Guest lecturer, 'Infectious Disease and Global Governance' (SCPL11020 - postgraduate level), Global Health Policy Unit, University of Edinburgh, 2018.
- Guest lecturer, 'Global Health' (undergraduate level). Faculty of Public Health, University of Indonesia, 2018.
- Tutor, 'Research Design' (PGSP11208 - Postgraduate), School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh, 2020/2021.
- Tutor, 'Designing and Doing Social Research' (SCIL10062 - Year 3 Undergraduate), Sociology, University of Edinburgh, 2019/2020; 2020/2021.
- Guest tutor, 'Global Health' (undergraduate level). Faculty of Public Health, University of Indonesia, 2017/2018.
- Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP) Doctoral Scholarship, the Government of Indonesia, 2016-2020
- Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP) Master Scholarship, the Government of Indonesia, 2014-2015
Policy Processes, Policy Implementation, Policy Actors, Neglected Tropical Diseases, Infectious Disease, Politics of Global Health, Global Health Governance, Indonesia