Alongside her work as an intern at IFPMA’s Global Health and Access department, Ditsha is a final year Master’s in International Affairs student.
She specializes in global security with a minor in global health at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. She holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Miranda House, University of Delhi.
Additionally, she is working as a student researcher on an applied research project on food security and migration with the World Food Programme and is also a strategic consultant with the Alliance for Health Promotion (A4HP). Previously, she has interned at NGOs in India, working toward the upliftment of vulnerable communities.
I’m passionate about global health and humanitarian action. I aspire to work towards addressing intersectoral and interdisciplinary challenges of health inequity and access, focusing on low- and middle-income countries.”