Smita Gaith is a policy analyst in International Programs. She joined PRB in 2013. Gaith works with PRB colleagues and our partners to develop and disseminate materials about population and development, and to promote family planning as a key intervention to a range of sectors and audiences. She previously worked in various research and advocacy capacities at Women Fighting AIDS in Kenya, Women Deliver, PAI (formerly Population Action International), and The Young Women’s Project. Gaith earned a Master of Public Health degree in community and international health from New York University and a bachelor’s in biology from The College of New Jersey. She speaks English and Hindi, and some Spanish.
Integrating Population, Health, and Environment for Sustainable Development in Kenya
This ENGAGE presentation highlights many of Kenya’s development successes, breaks down complex concepts using nontechnical language, and connects the impacts of family planning/reproductive health access for households, communities, and the country by drawing on examples of successful PHE efforts…