Notes on Multimedia Contributors

Karine Gatellier is a Health and Nutrition Convenor at IDS working on the Accountability for Health Equity programme and other health and nutrition projects. Her role at IDS consists of knowledge-brokering, research communication, and policy engagement. Karine has 14 years' experience working in the development sector, with a focus on health. Previously, Karine has worked for various non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and community-based organisations (CBOs) on health and development issues in Gabon, Cameroon, and the UK (with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean). Karine has an MA in Development Studies from University College Dublin, and carried out her dissertation fieldwork in Ecuador.

Renu Khanna is a feminist women's health and rights activist. She has a master's degree in Business Administration, Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi University, India. She is a founder trustee of SAHAJ-Society for Health Alternatives, Vadodara (Gujarat), and a member of several pro-people's networks, such as the Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (People's Health Movement), the Medico Friends Circle, and CommonHealth – Coalition for Maternal-Neonatal Health and Safe Abortion. She is on the steering committee of the Community of Practitioners on Accountability and Social Action in Health (COPASAH). In SAHAJ, she directs programmes on maternal health rights and adolescents' leadership and rights from a gender and social accountability perspective.

Sarah King is a Communications Coordinator at IDS and is responsible for working with colleagues across the Institute to develop and share tailored content for IDS channels, including the institutional website and social media accounts such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn. She has oversight of the day-to-day management, and monitoring and evaluation of IDS' digital communications channels and contributes to strategic decision-making around IDS' digital infrastructure. She seeks to maximise the reach and impact of IDS' work with target development audiences including policymakers, development practitioners, potential students, alumni, and new and existing donors, and to ensure the effective implementation of the institutional digital strategy.

Sophie Marsden is a Communications Officer at IDS. She provides communications management and support to a portfolio of health and nutrition programmes including the Future Health Systems consortium, Health Systems Global, and the External Evaluation of mNutrition in Africa and South Asia. She specialises in producing engaging digital and print content, and has a particular interest in graphic design and digital storytelling. Sophie has an MA in Social Anthropology from the University of Manchester and has worked in international development for over six years.

Denise Namburete is the founder and executive director of N'weti, a pioneering and innovative organisation for social change in Mozambique. Through a performance-based management system and results-based interventions, she has led N'weti to become one of the most successful nationally-based NGOs, reaching more than 40 per cent of the country's population through its work. She has a master's degree in Social Change and Development Communication, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, and over 15 years' experience in this field. Denise is also the executive producer of short films that have garnered awards at a range of international film festivals.

Vaishali Zararia has been working since 1996 on various projects related to health, nutrition, gender, health systems, and adolescents and women's issues from a gender and rights perspective. She has a master's degree in Public Health Nutrition from the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India. Currently she is working as a Coordinator and Researcher at SAHAJ-Society for Health Alternatives, Vadodara (Gujarat) on projects related to maternal health in three districts of Gujarat, data-driven advocacy for gender equality, and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 3 and 5.