Kimberly M Noronha |

Kimberly Noronha was a senior researcher at CPR, working on urban drinking water and sanitation. Prior to joining CPR, Ms Noronha worked as a social development specialist with the Support to National Policies for Urban Poverty Reduction Project, a partnership between DFID and the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation to support the development of pro-poor urban policies in 20 cities across 15 states.

In more than 13 years in the development sector, she has also worked with central, state, and local governments, implementing agencies, and NGOs to coordinate programmes, formulate policy, and conduct research in areas including urban poverty, public health service delivery, primary and elementary education, and disability issues.

She has an MPhil in African studies from the University of Delhi, and an MSc in development studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.