Sharon LOW is a humanitarian and development sector practitioner, who has worked extensively on health systems strengthening, multi-sectorial development and M&E systems in conflict-affected and fragile countries. She has worked on the design and implementation of impact evaluations and cross sectional surveys across Africa and Asia.
Her expertise is on integrated organizational and project level monitoring and evaluation systems involving health systems, governance, natural resource management, market development, civil society as well as education. Sharon has worked for the Red Cross in Singapore, Indonesia, China and North Korea; Aga Khan Foundation in Afghanistan, and Medecins sans Frontieres in Liberia, North and South Sudan.
Her consulting clients include UNICEF, UNDP, IFRC, Health Poverty Action, INTERSOS, People in Need, Medecins du Monde, Trocaire, and Mercy Corp. She holds a post-Graduate diploma from Fordham University in humanitarian assistance, an MPH from BRAC University (Bangladesh) and a BA from the National University of Singapore.