Safe, Inclusive Participative Pedagogy: Improving early childhood education


Marsha Orgill

Senior Researcher

South Africa

Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town

Marsha Orgill is a Senior Researcher at the Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, South Africa. Her research interests include health systems and policy research with a focus on health management and leadership, the politics of policy formulation, bottom-up policy implementation and more recently early childhood development. For twelve years Marsha Orgill convened teaching and conducted research in the field of Health Policy and Systems in the School of Public Health and Family Medicine, University of Cape Town.

She has a multi-disciplinary background in Economics and Public Policy that has shaped her research and teaching practise in a variety of multi-country research and teaching partnerships. This has included working in multidisciplinary teams to understand complex global and local policy making processes, including the formulation of policies and their subsequent diffusion, dissemination, and implementation in the health system.

She recently co-edited a Reader on Health Policy Analysis on behalf of the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research, World Health Organisation

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