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Hilary Wartinger

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Hilary joined WRC in 2018 as a Program Manager on the Sexual and Reproductive Health team. She is managing WRC’s work on improving access to reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health and nutrition services in Northeast Nigeria, through an innovative project supporting state government to develop and implement community and primary health care programming. Prior to joining WRC, Hilary worked in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh, where she designed programs in clinical care for Rohingya refugees. She conducted research in newborn health in emergencies in Puntland, Somalia, and developed livelihoods referral programming for people living with HIV and TB for the World Food Programme in Swaziland.

Hilary has a Masters in Public Health from Columbia University, where she focused on humanitarian action, nutrition, and sexual and reproductive health, as well as her Bachelors in Arts in International Relations and her Bachelors in Science in Journalism, both from Boston University.