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Shreya Banerjee provides grant management and research support to the evaluation office, including for knowledge management, evidence synthesis and stakeholder engagement. She is currently primarily working on the 'Swashakt: Empowering Indian Women's Collectives' programme, which focuses on women’s empowerment and livelihoods in India. She has been contributing to 3ie’s work on impact evaluations, monitoring, process evaluations and systematic reviews.
Prior to joining 3ie, she worked as a researcher at Watershed Organisation Trust in Pune where she was part of the social sciences team and worked mainly on research projects that focused on agriculture, livelihoods, gender, and sustainability. She worked on a study that explored how increasing urbanisation and changes in land use patterns impacted gender dynamics in a region in Maharashtra. She was also involved in analysing the social, economic, and institutional effectiveness of climate change adaptation programmes.
Shreya holds a Master's in Development Studies from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Hyderabad, and a Bachelor’s in Economics from Fergusson College, Pune.
Posts by Shreya Banerjee
The lack of market demand and low earnings, as well as competition from power looms, has led to declining participation of artisans in India's handloom industry. In this note, Dang et al. share some i...
- Notes from the Field