Policy and Research
Tina Odu holds an MA in International Development from University of East Anglia, United Kingdom. Her dissertation examined the impact of armed conflict on teachers and the implications for education in north east Nigeria. She was born and raised in Nigeria but currently lives in Norwich, United Kingdom.
Before moving to the United Kingdom, she worked in Nigeria’s National Polio Emergency Operations Centre working as an independent monitor for various national immunisation rounds. She also completed a 3-month internship with World Health Organisation while pursuing her undergraduate degree in International Relations and Diplomacy. She hopes deepen her research skills and knowledge on healthcare in Africa while contributing to the goals and mission of AHO.