INASP celebrates International Day of Women and Girls in Science - 11 Feb INASP promotes equity by actively addressing the needs of both men and women across all our work and addressing issues of power within the research and knowledge system. Here are some of women researchers who participated in our Authoraid online research writing course.

Buna Bhandari from Nepal delivering an educational intervention through flip chart to one of the study participants.
Deena (right) from Nepal presenting her thesis on PTSD among adolescents after Nepal Earthquake at the NHRC Summit.
Doreen from Zambia collecting survey data from cattle farmers investigating the social determinants of anthrax.
Karimatul Ambia researching on lettuce, Bangladesh.
Lydia Eyase from Kenya receiving recognition for her contribution towards the accreditation of her lab - ISO 15189.
Molly Mombeshora from Zimbabwe taking the AuthorAID Research Writing course.
Murshida Khan working in her lab on Food Sciences, Bangladesh.
Nalini and team from India abstracting key concepts from data collected from interviews on metacognitive strategies.
Research questions help students motivate to prepare for their academic essays and future research papers, Ecuador.
Sarangi Jayathilake from Sri Lanka working on the molecular diagnosis of dengue and leptospirosis.
Sophia working in the lab on Nigerian baby white blood cells.
Uchenna with Field Superintendents on stem yield data collection in National Root Crops Research Institute, Nigeria.
Yuliia Bilokonska from Ukraine presenting on "Systems analysis of avionics functions in modern helicopters".
Zainab Yunusa-Kaltungo from Nigeria in her new PCR laboratory.

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