Simona Seravesi is a Social Scientist with a MA in Social Anthropology of Development and she is currently finalising her Master’s degree in Public Health. Over the last 13 years approximately, Simona has acquired in depth-experience in developing policy papers on Global Health and coordinating and implementing Health Promotion/Behaviour Change Interventions in post-conflict, emergency and crisis situations on different health related topics (Malaria/TB/HIV/AIDS, Dengue Fever/vaccines preventable diseases/Hygiene Promotion/Nutrition).
She has carried out and analysed policy work on thematic dossiers on global health, international aid effectiveness and architecture for the G8 Summit and she has supported programs in emergency and crisis situations in the health sector, capacity-building for health personnel and budget and planning. In the last years, she has started to be more interested in nutrition, and she has also recently published two policy papers in this area.
Simona has worked in Sudan, South Sudan, Mozambique and Pakistan. An Italian native speaker, she is fluent in English and has an intermediate knowledge of French and Portuguese.