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"Hazel is a Health Promotion and Communications specialist with particular expertise in sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS. She was Principal Lecturer in Health Promotion at South Bank University, London. She has worked on short- and long-term projects in many countries in Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe, and for various donors and institutions including AMREF, AusAid, BBC World Service Trust, British Council, DFID, EC, FHI, FPA, Ford Foundation, Gates Foundation, Marie Stopes International, Save the Children (UK), WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF and the International HIV/AIDS Alliance.
"She worked on an innovative project for BBC World Service Training in India, training radio and television producers to make sex education programmes. She has an MSc in Health Education, an MA in Social Anthropology and two post graduate Diplomas, in Education and in Human Sexuality (sex therapy training). Hazel has recently been appointed as a member of the Global Advisory Group (GAG) for the Gates Foundation-funded ‘Innovations’ initiative the goal of which is to identify and test innovative interventions for maternal, newborn, and child health." 
- Chair, Women and Children First
Resources and articles
- Trustees, Women and Children First , accessed January 29, 2011.