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Rajesh Kumar Rai is interested in the areas of Social Epidemiology, Global Public Health, and Population Policy. He has an M.A. in Geography, MPhil in Population Studies, and a Masters in Public Health. He has published several peer reviewed articles, opinion pieces and commentaries in reputed international journals on various dimensions of maternal and child health and mortality in India, and other low and middle-income countries.

Rajesh Kumar Rai is interested in the areas of Social Epidemiology, Global Public Health, and Population Policy. He has an M.A. in Geography, M.Phil in Population Studies, and a Masters in Public Health. He has published several peer reviewed articles, opinion pieces and commentaries in reputed international journals on various dimensions of maternal and child health and mortality in India, and other low and middle-income countries. Most of his research publications are indexed in PubMed.

Prior to joining The Hindu Centre for Politics and Public Policy, Rajesh spent over four years working with the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), and the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) in various research capacities. He has participated in numerous national and international conferences and workshops focussing on global public health issues.

Rajesh is associated with the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), the Population Association of America (PAA), the Asian Population Association (APA), the Indian Association for the Study of Population (IASP), and the Indian Association for Social Science and Health (IASSH).

Research :

As a Public Policy Scholar at The Hindu Centre, Rai aims to perform a Process-Influence-Mapping Analysis in selected districts of India to portray how the actual process of reproductive, maternal, newborn, child healthcare (RMNCH) delivery differs from what is envisioned in the functioning of the Sub Centre, Primary Healthcare Centre, Community Healthcare Centre, and District Hospital, and to identify where exactly mismanagement arises.

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