Anamika Dutt is Manager, Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (PMEL) with the Energy Program at World Resources Institute. She supports the team evaluate the impact of various projects and derive learnings to enhance programme effectiveness.

Prior to joining the World Resources Institute, Anamika has worked across India in the urban and rural contexts to measure impact of developmental interventions on communities. Her major themes of work have been with livelihood, education, health and migration. Anamika’s work in research has guided her analysis of perceptions of change/benefits of developmental interventions on communities and populations. Her interest lies in visualising data from the qualitative and quantitative perspective to build context and make data accessible for all stakeholders.

Anamika is a social scientist by training. She graduated from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences with a Masters in Globalisation and Labour and an MPhil in Women’s Studies.

She is an amateur baker and likes to play badminton and swim. Anamika’s minor interest in food anthropology keeps her entertained during weekends.