Camilla Fabbri is a Research Fellow in Health Economics. She is working on two field experiments embedded in the Matrika project, which evaluates a social franchise programme in Uttar Pradesh, India. The first of these looks at whether giving accurate information on the effectiveness of health care affects household perceptions and the demand for services. The second examines whether feedback and public reporting on performance of health providers improves the coverage of maternal health interventions.
Camilla holds an MSc and a BA in Economics from Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. Prior to LSHTM she worked on several impact evaluations of financial inclusion, adolescent empowerment, maternal and newborn health programmes in Sub Saharan Africa and South Asia.