Samhita Kumar is a mental health and development specialist using psychosocial support as a paradigm for improving development outcomes. She focuses on violence prevention and youth employment, and has experience working in Sierra Leone, Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, and India. She has conducted research on integrating employment and psychosocial support programs, mental disorders like schizophrenia, and cognitive processes in early childhood related to learning and memory. Samhita holds a Master's degree in Public Health from Columbia University in epidemiology and global health.
- Removing the stigma of mental illness in India
- Is technology the way forward for addressing mental health among youth?
- Where does violence prevention begin? En Mi Comunidad!
- The unheard voices of women caregivers for people with mental illness
- When good transport alone doesn’t bring jobs closer to women: insights from Mexico City
- Mental Health: An opportunity to achieve gender parity
- Resilient Communities: What does it take to curb violence in cities?