Mónica Andrea Narváez Chicaíza
Mónica Andrea Narváez Chicaíza has received her LLM degree from McGill. She is a lawyer from the Universidad de Nariño, Colombia, and hold a degree in Social Security from the Universidad Externado. Her main interest lies in the public policies in health as a mean to achieve well-living in the population. She is also interested in development law, especially in the achievement of sustainable development goals. At the IHSP she is working as a research assistant in harm reduction’s project.
Anne-Marie Hawco completed her Master of Science in Public Health at McGill University in spring 2017. Since then, she has been working as a Research Assistant with Dr. Arijit Nandi and Dr. Sam Harper on the TAMANI project, where she is responsible for the administration, management, and communication of the McGill project activities with all other partners, as well as maintaining the survey database for project evaluation.
The Tabora Maternal and Newborn Health Initiative (TAMANI) is a project aiming to improve the quality and utilization of reproductive, maternal, and newborn health services available in Tabora, Tanzania. TAMANI is a partnership between CARE, SOGC, CSIH, AGOTA, the Tanzanian Government, and McGill University’s IHSP, and is funded by the Government of Canada.