Faculty and Researchers
Anastasia joined the Feinstein International Center in January, 2010 working with Dr. Peter Walker and other Senior Researchers and Directors to provide literature research and field research support for the OFDA funded Livelihoods-Disaster Risk Reduction Cooperative Project.
Anastasia is also currently working on an impact evaluation assessing community resilience to acute malnutrition in Chad. She has previously worked on several projects in northern Uganda and Sierra Leone and has been involved with several FIC-related projects on microfinance and IDPs. Anastasia holds a M.A. in Economics from Boston University and a B.S. in Quantitative Economics and International Relations from Tufts University.
Increasing the Financial Resilience of Disaster-affected Populations is a desk review paper commissioned and supported by the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance, USAID. One of the most significant problems facing…Read More
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