Abriti Arjyal is a public health professional, with over ten years of experience in the area of the health system and social research. Over the years she has gained wide-ranging experience in application of numerous research methods, among which qualitative tools and techniques, participatory action research, health policy and system research, and community engagement are focused. Having experience and interest in community engagement, she is currently engaged in projects related to Antimicrobial Resistance applying community engagement as an approach, particularly to identify the community-led solutions to AMR. Further, she also brings on the ground experience in conducting research using gender and intersectionality approaches.
She is currently associated with HERD International in Nepal and is co-leading community solutions to antimicrobial resistance (COSTAR) project among many others.