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Kathryn Andrews

Health Economist

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Kathryn Andrews is a Health Economist at the World Bank in the South Asia Health, Nutrition, and Population (HNP) Global Practice. Prior to joining SAR HNP, she came to the World Bank in 2018 as a Young Professional in the Human Development Chief Economist's Office, working primarily on the Service Delivery Indicators Survey program. Her areas of expertise include health care service delivery and measurement, nutrition, child development, and health financing, and she has coauthored dozens of reports and peer-reviewed journal articles. Kat has an ScD in Global Health and Population from Harvard University, where her research focused primarily on early child health and development. Prior to getting her doctorate, Kat was a Data Analyst for the WHO Global Malaria Programme in Geneva, and a Post-Bachelor Fellow at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, where she worked on the Global Burden of Disease Study. She earned her MPH in Global Health Metrics and Evaluation from the University of Washington and has an undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College.