Saida Azimi is National Researcher at Samuel Hall, having joined the Kabul research team in early 2019. She has extensive experience working with community-based researchers, data collection, data management, community-based monitoring, and quantitative data analysis. She has worked with different organisations and NGOs before, such as Integrity Watch Afghanistan at the Community-Based Monitoring of Health, where she was able to monitor 51 health facilities with the communities’ cooperation. She has a BS of Public Health degree from Kabul Medical University. Saida is the only female national researcher within Samuel Hall’s research unit based in Kabul. Additionally, Saida is a Dari poet and writer.
RESEARCH & ONGOING WORK
World Bank: Qualitative Assessment of Pathways to Youth Inclusion in Afghanistan
World Bank: Household and Enterprise Energy Diaries for the Afghanistan Energy Study