Emelie Yonally

holds an MPH in Global Health from New York University and an MA in Social Health and Medical Anthropology from the University of Melbourne.  Emelie is based in the USA and before joining Anthrologica conducted qualitative research to inform public health policies in both the US and internationally including in Haiti, Sudan, Indonesia and South Africa.  Most recently, Emelie has contributed to Anthrologica's work with the IFRC on their community epidemic and pandemic preparedness programme by supporting the development of contextual briefs focusing on eight high priority countries including the Democratic Republic of Congo, Guinea, Mali and Sierra Leone.


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