Mohamed Kalid Ali
PhD Candidate in Health and Welfare, Dalarna University
Mohamed Kalid Ali is a PhD Candidate in Health and Welfare at Dalarna University, Sweden specializing in the impact of cash transfers on infant and child nutrition. He has worked with a number of national and international organizations and consulted with many including Save the Children, UNICEF, UNFPA, and FAO. His research focuses on works related on humanitarian programs, social protection and Livelihoods.
Recent work by Mohamed Kalid Ali
Lumpsum business grants for household resilience: Evidence from Somalia
Lumpsum cash transfers delivered as business grants can spur microentrepreneurial activities
Abdullahi Abdulle Farah Mohamed Kalid Ali Elijah Kipkech Kipchumba Munshi Sulaiman