MSc Development Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, UK.
BA Hons. Economics and Sociology, University of Toronto, Canada.
Samar Zuberi works on social policy issues. She has experience in conducting qualitative research, project management and research uptake. Samar is currently part of an UKAid supported research programme, Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition in South Asia (LANSA). She previously worked in the corporate consulting sector.
Gender, social protection, citizenship, agriculture and nutrition.
Samar Zuberi, Rashid Mehmood and Haris Gazdar, Review of Agri-Food Value Chain Interventions Aimed at Enhancing Consumption of Nutritious Food by the Poor: Pakistan. LANSA Working Paper, Volume 2016, No 7. July 2016.
Samar Zuberi, Making Value Chains Work for Little Children. Collective Blog. October 2015.
Mara Van Den Bold, Neha Kohli, Stuart Gillespie, Samar Zuberi, Sangeetha Rajeesh and Barnali Chakraborty, Is There an Enabling Environment for Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture in South Asia? Stakeholder Perspectives from India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. Food and Nutrition Bulletin, 2015, Vol. 36(2) 231-247. July 2015.
Samar Zuberi, Research (uptake) - so what? Collective Blog. February 2015.
Samar Zuberi, Agriculture and Nutrition in Pakistan - Pathways and Disconnects. LANSA Research Brief. Issue 1. October 2014.
Samar Zuberi, Scaling up Food Fortification in Pakistan: A Feasible Option. Collective/LANSA Blog. July 2014.
Samar Zuberi, The Beginning of a Dialogue: Responsive Agriculture-Nutrition Research. Collective/LANSA Blog. May 2014.