Divya is currently working as a Senior Programme Coordinator of ‘Pravah’, a Delhi based organization working to impact issues of social justice through youth citizenship action. She has ten years of experience on programme management, research, monitoring and evaluation at national and international level primarily on themes of livelihoods and gender. Having done her graduation from Middlesex University and Masters in Development Studies from London School of Economics, she has worked with several organizations, including Oxfam GB in various capacities, i.e. as a researcher of the campaign to end violence against women, livelihood advisor (Nahr-al-Bared Camp Lebanon, as Food Security and Livelihoods Expert in the Oxfam’s River Basin Programme, Bangladesh; as a Project Officer of Integrated Rural Development Programme in Rajasthan. She has been a consultant on various developmental issues such as the USAID funded ‘Project New life’, aimed at improving people’s livelihood in the aftermath of 2007-08 floods in Darbhanga, Bihar. She has also conducted needs assessment surveys with flood affected communities in Kheda district, Gujarat and Barmer district, Western Rajasthan and monitored relief response processes in these areas.