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Moizza Binat Sarwar

Research Fellow

Equity and Social Policy

Portrait of Moizza Binat Sarwar

Moizza B Sarwar's main area of work is social policy, with a focus on the political economy of the design, implementation and delivery of social protection policies and service delivery (in education and health) for vulnerable populations in low- and middle-income countries.

Moizza has over 11 years of experience in managing, undertaking and publishing cutting-edge qualitative research projects. Most recently, she has been working on research to advance the ‘leave no one behind’ agenda, by evaluating national policy systems and programmes on their sensitivity to marginalised populations in Pakistan, Nepal, Philippines, Kenya, Ghana, South Africa and Lesotho. Her research data is gathered through in-depth fieldwork and in-country focus group discussions with vulnerable populations in rural, peri-urban and urban settings and carrying out elite interviews with key politicians and civil servants as well as analysis of secondary quantitative and qualitative data. Moizza holds a PhD in Social Policy from the University of Oxford.

  1. ‘Leave no one behind’ – five years into Agenda 2030: guidelines for turning the concept into action

    Research reports

  2. ODI Bites: inclusive leadership responses for Covid-19

    Event

  3. Making it work: lesbian, bisexual and transgender women’s economic empowerment in the Philippines

    Research reports

  4. Leave No One Behind in progress to the Sustainable Development Goals: priority actions for governments by 2020

    Research reports

  5. The political economy of cash transfer programmes in Brazil, Pakistan and the Philippines

    Working papers

  6. Good practices for sustained financing of national statistics

    Working papers

  7. ‘Leaving no one behind’ through enabling climate-resilient economic development in dryland regions

    Briefing/policy papers

  8. What do analyses of Voluntary National Reviews for Sustainable Development Goals tell us about ‘leave no one behind’?

    Briefing/policy papers

  9. Opportunities for Commonwealth development: creating jobs, sharing prosperity and increasing resilience

    Briefing/policy papers

  10. Anti-discrimination measures in education: a comparative policy analysis

    Working papers

  11. Four actions to drive and deliver SDG progress: lessons from ODI research

    Briefing/policy papers

  12. How to reduce inequalities in access to WASH

    Research reports

  13. Women's economic empowerment at the international level

    Briefing/policy papers

  14. An integrated approach to leaving no one behind: overview and methodology

    Research reports

  15. Leaving no one behind in the health sector: an SDG stocktake in Kenya and Nepal

    Research reports

  16. Leaving no one behind in the roads sector: an SDG stocktake in Kenya

    Research reports

  17. Leaving no one behind: a critical path for the first 1,000 days of the Sustainable Development Goals

    Research reports

  18. Lack of early action in the first 1,000 days of the SDGs could put goals in jeopardy – new report

    Press Release

  19. Leave no country behind: a regional look at performance on selected MDGs and SDGs

    Briefing/policy papers

  20. Will the SDGs influence domestic policy? Some lessons from the MDGs