MPhil in Demography
London School of Economics and Political Science.

I am a first year MPhil / PhD student at the LSE, in the Department of Social Policy. I am researching the relationship between masculinities and abortion-related care trajectories in Ghana, using mixed methods. I hold an MSc in Social Research Methods from the LSE (Distinction) and an MSc in Anthropology, Environment and Development at University College London (Distinction). I am funded by the ESRC 1+3 Studentship in Demography and Population Studies.



Coast, E., S. Lattof & J. Strong (2019) "Puberty and menstruation knowledge among young adolescents in low- and middle-income countries: A scoping review". International Journal of Public Health.

Blog posts

Looking beyond Padman: A need to empower girls during menstruation and puberty. South Asia @ LSE


Recent Work

Technical Assistant: Improving Maternal Health Measurement Capacity and Use (IMHM) technical consultation, Women and Health Initiative, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, London Dec 4-7.

MSc Dissertation: "Factors associated with men's knowledge of women's sexual and reproductive health, Ghana", LSE

MSc Dissertation: "The power of context: an analysis of the data process in measuring women's empowerment in Ghana", UCL


Academic background

MSc Social Research Methods, LSE, 2017-18 - Distinction

MSc Anthropology, Environment and Development, UCL, 2015-16 - Distinction

BA(Hons) History, Durham University, 2:1


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