Natasha Buksh is an international health and social policy professional with extensive partnership and policy experience spanning across East Africa, Southern Africa, Southeast Asia, Europe and the United States. In addition to robust policy analysis and donor coordination experience (GIZ, WHO, UNFPA, etc.), she demonstrates leadership in critical technical areas including RMNCAH, health financing, human rights, digital health and disease prevention.
As a snapshot, Natasha served as a program and partnerships officer at the Malawi Ministry of Health, facilitating communication between the Reproductive Health Directorate and 40+ external partners.She participated in committee meetings, technical working groups, and drafted policy language and strategy documents alongside ministerial officers and international stakeholders.
Pairing concrete experience working directly with senior government officials and with grassroots community level organizations, she is able to both interpret and execute policies, and strategically implement global health interventions in a culturally appropriate, rights-based and gender sensitive manner, to realize sustainable results. Natasha obtained her dual MSc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing from the London School of Economics and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.