Neha Sanghrajka joined The Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue in 2014, and currently manages the organisation’s work in Mozambique. As part of her role, she is working on the ongoing mediation process in the country. Her previous experience includes working for the Panel of Eminent African Personalities chaired by Kofi Annan which mediated the 2008 Kenyan electoral crisis. Neha has also advised senior officials on policy and political strategy, and she is experienced in managing teams who are working with governments in politically sensitive environments.
She has experience in mediation, peacebuilding, conflict prevention and resolution, electoral processes, policymaking and project management, as well as in-depth knowledge of the African Union and the United Nations. She has a background in legal and international affairs, focusing on mediation and diplomacy.
Neha Sanghrajka is a member of Women Mediators across the Commonwealth (WMC), a network hosted by Conciliation Resources which connects women with a broad range of mediation knowledge and experience.