Satish Raj Pandey, MScPH, MSA

Chief of Party, Strengthening Integrated Delivery of HIV/AIDS Services (SIDHAS)

Areas of expertise

  • Health systems strengthening
  • Community mobilization
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Capacity building
  • Maternal health
  • Disaster management
  • Health economics
  • Primary health care
  • Gender
  • Project management
  • Program evaluation
  • Health economics
  • Primary health care
  • Research capacity building
  • Institutional development

Projects & Resources

Published Research

  • Micro-level social and structural factors act synergistically to increase HIV risk among Nepalese female sex workers
    Deuba K, Anderson S, Ekstrom AM, Pandey SR, Shrestha R, Karki DK, Marrone G
    Int J Infect Dis 2016 Jun; 49: 100-6. [Journal Impact Factor: 2.229]

    Sex workers face stigma, discrimination and violence across the globe and are almost 14 times more likely to be HIV-infected than other women in low- and middle-income countries. This study assessed the combinations of different micro-level social and structural factors of unprotected sex and the prevalence of HIV among female sex workers in Nepal. Interactions between two or more adverse conditions linked to physical, social and economic environments increased the risk of unprotected sex and need to be considered while devising future HIV prevention programs in Nepal.

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