Nadia Butler

holds a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Adelaide.  Before joining Anthrologica, Nadia lived in Bolivia where she worked extensively on development communications and livelihood initiatives, and served on a local council focusing on livelihood, health and wellbeing for women and children.  Nadia is currently based in her native Australia where has also worked with indigenous groups on cultural heritage and land rights.  Most recently, she led Anthrologica’s work in the Solomon Islands, Zimbabwe and Bolivia on childhood pneumonia for UNICEF, and on social accountability in India, Malawi, Nigeria and Tanzania for UNICEF and the Gates Foundation.  Nadia is fluent in Spanish and oversees our work in Latin America.



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