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315 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON, M5S 0A7
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The Reach Project focuses on the delivery of development interventions to those who need them most. We are a research initiative based in the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto. Our team is led by Joseph Wong and supported by the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth. The Reach Project team is composed of researchers from across the University of Toronto. Together, we examine the delivery of social services to those who are hardest to reach.

Brazil 2016

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Nina Da Nóbrega Garcia

Nina Da Nobrega Garcia is currently Director of Business Development at the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce (BCCC) based in Toronto. She holds a Master of Global Affairs (MGA) degree from the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, and an Honours Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the University of Toronto. Nina participated in the first cohort of the Reach Project researching the Bolsa Famila cash-transfer program in Brazil, most specifically travelling to Brasilia, Salvador and São Paulo. Previous to joining the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce, Nina worked as a Research Officer for the Global Justice Lab, as a Consultant for the Open Society Foundation (OSF), and as a Consultant for the Advanced Energy Center (AEC) within MaRS. Nina is Brazilian and speaks fluent Portuguese, Spanish, English and French.

 

Nicoli Dos Santos

Nicoli Dos Santos was a member of the first Reach Project research cohort which conducted their research on Brazil’s Bolsa Familia Program in 2015. Since completing the Munk School of Global Affair’s Foundational Year Program and an Honours B.A. in Health Studies and African Studies, Nicoli has continued her studies at the University of Toronto as a Master of Social Work student. Her research interests include inner city health care delivery; and the relationship between basic income and child welfare and development.