Nafisa Bedri is an experienced professor, researcher and regional trainer in the field of gender, public, women and reproductive health, management, and policy analysis skills. She has written and developed several publications and training materials in these fields. She has a special research interest in gender based violence, female genital mutilation/cutting, and child marriage. Bedri has managed and carried out several research, academic, and community based projects at national and regional levels in the area of gender, public, women and child‘s health for different bodies including the WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNAIDS. She has worked with institutions in the region, such as Yemen and Egypt, and internationally, such as Manchester, Reading (UK), Ohio (USA), Bergen (Norway) and Maastricht (Netherlands) Universities. 

Writing in the Cairo Review