Nana Abuelsoud is a feminist and a population policy researcher from Egypt. She follows and contextualizes national population (control) programs to build evidence addressing modern eugenics, regressive international aid and authoritarianism. Nana is the Programs and Advocacy Coordinator and a member of RESURJ. She sits on the Advisory Board of the A Project in Lebanon, and is a member of Mama Cash Community Committee and Global Advisory Network. Previously, Nana was part of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, Ikhtyar Feminist Collective, and the Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research.
What brings me pleasure:
Reading, dancing, and going for long walks.
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