nausheen khan

Nausheen Khan

Research Analyst, DIME, World Bank

Nausheen Khan is a Research Analyst with the Development Impact (DIME) department within the Development Economics Vice Presidency (DEC) at the World Bank. Her research focuses on improving the human development potential of youth, women, and other vulnerable groups including exploring interventions that aim to foster their economic opportunities as well as their socio-psychological outcomes. Her work includes impact evaluations on social protection, education, jobs and skills, often with a focus on gender and fragile, conflict & violence (FCV) contexts. Prior to DIME, she worked at Khan Foundation, a non-government organization in Bangladesh focusing on democracy, social development and human rights. She holds a Master’s degree in International Development Policy from Georgetown University, and a Bachelor’s in Economics and Politics from Mount Holyoke College.

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