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Mahima Mehra


Mahima joined Itad in 2024 as a consultant in the Inclusive Growth & Climate Change practice.

Prior, Mahima worked at Triple Line Consulting in London where she was involved in various high-value evaluations and policy analyses. She contributed to the formative evaluation of I-DAIR (now HealthAI) for Fondation Botnar and the mid-term evaluation of the VSO ACTIVE project in Kenya, Zimbabwe, and Bangladesh. She has worked for a range of clients including the Porticus Foundation, FCDO, GPE and Grand Challenges Canada across Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas.

Her use of qualitative and quantitative tools such as ATLAS.ti, SPSS, and NVIVO have supported the delivery of high-quality research. Most recently, she worked on the Portfolio Evaluation of FCDO Support to Improve Resilience in the Caribbean Region which involved six in-country case studies, an organisational process review and a robust portfolio analysis.

Mahima holds a Master’s in Poverty and Development from the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), University of Sussex; and a Bachelor’s in Sociology from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi. Her research on the intersection of climate change, health, and gender has been published in leading journals including Elsevier and Springer, underscoring her commitment to generating evidence-based insights in the IGCC practice.