Reda Misghina

Reda Misghina


Reda joined PPL as an Analyst in September 2018. Before joining PPL, Reda worked with a mental health charity as a researcher collecting data regarding housing and associated health outcomes within the deaf community. The work consisted on identifying risk factors regarding relapse of mental illnesses in Deaf people by engaging with different professionals as well as doing qualitative research. After, she joined an ongoing research as a fieldworker collecting data on HIV prevalence in London.

Motivated by her experiences, Reda recently completed her Masters degree in Public Health. Here, she enjoyed learning about data analysis and health systems globally and within the UK. Her research involved doing a systematic review on Hepatitis B and malaria co-infection in endemic countries where she had the opportunity to travel to The Gambia. In this fieldwork, she engaged with key stakeholders in the Ministry of Health and other partners in adopting Hepatitis B control programs within the national health system.

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