Manuela Garza "holds an MA in Anthropology from the New School from Social Research in New York; a Diploma in Gender and Politics in Latin America from ITAM, and a BA in International Relations from ITAM in Mexico City. In 2002 she worked for the development planning office of the government of Oaxaca in Mexico, doing research on budget related issues at the local level. She then became part of Fundar, Center for Analysis and Research, where she did research in education and poverty alleviation budgets and helped coordinate the gender budgets initiative. At the International Budget Project she is program officer of Innovation and Partnership Development, working with groups in Latin America, Asia and Africa through the Civil Society Budget Initiative and the Central America Incentive Fund." 
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- Staff and Funding, International Budget Project, accessed September 24, 2008.