On February 3 and 4, 2022, the inaugural Data Fellows cohort gave their final presentations. Below is a list of the fellows, their presentation topics and links to their work and video recording of their presentations.
Richa Chintan visualised data on gender disparities among the elderly in India, with a particular focus on wages and salaries and old age support.
Parul Naib used Tableau to tell a story on the gendered aspects of cancer detection and prevalence in India in relation to other countries with lower mortality rates
Lalita Pulavarti investigated the prevalence of diabetes in conjunction with Parul’s story on cancer rates using Tableau visualisations to help tell the story.
Shreya Raman presented her data reporting on gender-based violence as a result of climate change in Bihar. Her story and data visuals were published in the Third Pole.
Aarushee Shukla conducted an original research study on the digital education divide among college students with an intersectional lens, using a wide range of Tableau functionalities, including filters that allowed the user to interrogate data by gender, religion, caste, and socioeconomic status.
Pooja Singh developed a story on women's land ownership.
Nancy Agutu visualised data on the practice of midwifery in Kenya, specifically examining the prevalence of midwives, women’s preferences for using midwives or skilled workers, and the number of countries that recognise midwifery.
Lucy Atieno used Tableau to illustrate the number of gender-responsive climate interventions currently in place in different African countries.
Saada Hassan created a presentation on maternal mortality in Kenya, including more granular data at the county levels that served to illustrate the intra-country dynamics of this issue.
Viola Kosome visualised data on the use of PrEP to reduce rates of HIV/AIDS among sex workers and published a story on this topic in People Daily.
Ivy Nyayieka investigated mental health data in Kenya and incorporated quotations from her interviewees along with artwork and Tableau visualisations into her story.
Rosemary Okello-Orlale explored gender-based violence (GBV) during the COVID-19 pandemic, using microdata collected from a GBV hotline presented in Tableau.
Marvel Powerson looked at data on female genital mutilation (FGM) related to religion and culture in Kenya.