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Nouria Brikci is a health economist and health policy specialist with particular expertise in health financing, qualitative research and the use of a political economy approach in health systems. Nouria has carried out numerous analysis of health financing strategies, with a particular focus on revenue collection mechanisms and their impact on health systems. She has undertaken systematic literature reviews and qualitative operational research in various sub-Saharan African countries, focussing on perception studies and access to healthcare surveys. Her countries of expertise include Mauritania, Senegal, Burundi, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, North Sudan, Zambia, India and Pakistan. Nouria has previously worked as a senior health policy advisor at Save the Children UK, as a research advisor for MSF and as a consultant for the World Bank and UNIDO. Nouria speaks French, English, Spanish and Italian, and holds a Masters in Development Studies from SOAS and a Masters in Health Policy, Planning and Financing from LSE and LSHTM.