Madhumita Das

Madhumita Das
Senior Technical Specialist, Men and Masculinity
Bio: 

Madhumita Das is a senior technical specialist at the International Center for Research on Women’s (ICRW) Asia Regional Office. In this capacity, she manages and provides technical support for several projects. Her responsibilities include conceptual and instrument design, program design, training and capacity building, data management and analysis, monitoring and evaluation, dissemination of project results and liaising with donors.

Das has more than 10 years of academic research experience. Prior to joining ICRW, Das was as a senior program specialist at Constella Futures, where she worked on program management, operations research and communications for a project to provide reproductive and child health services in India. Das also worked at the Population Council and as a consultant for Johns Hopkins University.

Expertise: 

Population & Reproductive Health, Violence Against Women, Engaging Men & Boys

Languages Spoken: 

Bengali (native), English (fluent), Hindi (fluent), Assamese (basic), Oriya (basic)

Education: 

Das holds doctorate and master’s degrees in demography from the International Institute for Population Sciences in Mumbai. She also has a master’s in social and population geography from North Eastern Hill University. Das earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Utkal University, and a bachelor’s in geography from North Eastern Hill University.

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