Anagha Pradhan collaborated with UNRISD for the cooperative project with the Ford Foundation “Women’s organizations in the Asia region and the post-MDG process” (2012). For this project, Pradhan worked with Renu Khanna to interview a number of women’s organizations in India, and authored a research report on Indian women’s organizations’ work and engagement with both transnational actors and post-2015 processes. She also attended a workshop in Indonesia in 2012 to present her research findings.
At the time of her collaboration with UNRISD, Pradhan was associated with SAHAJ – Society for Health Alternatives, based in Vadodara, India. She previously conducted operations research studies on access to health care for marginalized urban populations (especially women). She has an MSc in Biometry, Health and Nutrition from Pune University (India).
Notable publications by Anagha Pradhan include:
Anagha Pradhan and Renu Khanna. 2011. “Issues and Concerns of Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) and Transgender (TG) Communities in Vadodara, Gujarat.” Lakshya Trust, Gujurat.
Anagha Pradhan. 2011. “Living on the Margins: Prawn Harvesters from Little Rann of Kutch (An Exploratory Study of Health Status).” Cehat, Mumbai.
Anagha Pradhan, K. Kielmann, H. Gupte, A. Bamne, J. Porter and S. Rangan. 2010. “What ‘outliers’ tell us about missed opportunities for tuberculosis control: a cross-sectional study of patients in Mumbai, India.” BioMedCentral Public Health, vol. 10 no. 263.
Anagha Pradhan, Renu Khanna and Korrie de Koning. 2010. “Gender and Health Training of Male Multi-purpose Workers – Challenges and Lessons Learnt from Mumbai.” in Kabir Sheikh and Asha George (eds.). Health Providers in India: On the frontlines of change. Routledge, India.