About the Women in Aid team

This project was primarily started by two women, let us introduce ourselves:

Zehra Rizvi

Zehra is a livelihoods and cash transfer specialist working in humanitarian contexts.   She has also been a health and lifestyle coach for humanitarian aid workers.  Loves food, bollywood and tweeting (@zehrarizvi).

Fi Davidson 

Fiona is currently work as a Regional Manager for an International NGO, based in Cambodia. She comes from a generalist development and humanitarian background. You can read her personal story by clicking this link. She is currently training in health and nutrition. 

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8 Responses to About the Women in Aid team

  1. Jo B says:

    I think this should shape up to be an interesting blog! Great work, Zehra and Fi! Good luck…I shall follow with interest…

  2. Hi, I would love to submit some pieces- how do I contact you privately?
    Thanks!
    Chelsey

  3. Sandrine Tiller says:

    Hi there, Fi and Zehra – interesting posts! Thanks … will follow your blog!
    take care
    Sandrine

  4. Safeek says:

    Good work

  5. Justine Rose says:

    I love this blog! The stories are engaging and encouraging for someone like me working in development work in the Middle East. Thank you!

  6. Zehra says:

    Hey Justine. Thanks for your lovely comment. We love this blog too 🙂 Our job is more curators of content than anything else. Would love for you to write. Send us a message! info@womeninaid.com

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