Constancia Mavodza

Constancia Mavodza is from Harare, Zimbabwe. She attended Amherst College for her undergrad studies and holds an MPH from the University of Cape Town (UCT), where she attended as a MasterCard Foundation Scholar and specialized in Health Systems and Policy Research. She identifies as an afrofeminist and endeavors to use a gender lens to explore health systems. She spends her academic and professional career generating evidence for programs and policy development and implementation. Constancia recently completed her one-year Global Health Corps (GHC) fellowship as the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Research Analyst at the Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) were she co-authored the report “PRESCRIBING CHAOS IN GLOBAL HEALTH: The Global Gag Rule from 1984-2018”She is a member of the MasterCard Foundation’s Learning Partnership Advisory Group and is currently working with in Harare with the Biomedical Research Training Institute on community-based HIV interventions for adolescents.