Elizabeth Ninan Dulvy
Elizabeth Ninan (Dulvy) is a Senior Education Specialist at the World Bank and has 20 years of experience working on issues related to human development in several countries, particularly in Africa. She has led World Bank projects, studies and policy dialogue in basic education, secondary education and skills development in South Africa, Sudan, Rwanda, Uganda, India and Sri Lanka. Prior to joining the World Bank, she was co-Director of the Joint Economics Aids and Poverty Programme in South Africa, which sought to build the capacity of historically disadvantaged individuals and higher education institutions to deliver high quality research outputs for policy makers in health and social development. She holds a Masters in Development Planning from Wits University in Johannesburg, and a dual Masters in Public Policy and Quantitative Techniques, from Columbia University, New York.
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