Felicity Pocklington works in CEPA’s Global Health practice. She has extensive experience working with a variety of clients including governments, donors, NGOs, universities and public and private sector health service delivery partners. Her particular areas of expertise are:
- health systems strengthening;
- health information systems;
- maternal, newborn and child health;
- infection prevention and control;
- non-communicable diseases (NCDs); and
- people and community engagement.
Felicity's work has included advising and working with donor organisations, and other national and global partners, in evidence-based programme development, evaluation and impact assessment, operational research, and policy and strategy development. She has extensive experience in conducting qualitative research. She has in-country experience in rural Australia, Bangladesh, China, Colombia, Denmark, Ghana, Jordan, Oman, the Philippines, Poland, Sri Lanka, South Africa and Uganda.
Prior to joining CEPA, Felicity worked at UNICEF where she was focused on operational research and evaluations of a range of health systems strengthening initiatives across South Asia. Also at WHO, she contributed to policy dialogue and provided technical support in areas spanning universal health coverage, patient safety, NCDs and the health of refugees and migrants.
Felicity holds a Master’s in Public Health as well as a first-class BA hons. degree in Anthropology and International Development.