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Advocacy is an essential component of the research process, as it plays a crucial role in ensuring that research findings are not only accurate and reliable but also have a meaningful impact on society. Advocates, who are often experts in their respective fields, can help identify potential biases, flaws, or errors in research methodologies, thus ensuring that the results are accurate and valid. This, in turn, enables researchers to make better-informed decisions and recommendations, which can have a significant impact on policy-making, resource allocation, and other critical aspects of society. I am a proud maternal child health advocate and use my research to try to improve MCH health outcomes on a global scale.

Where I do my advocacy work

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