Mihir Bhatt

He has worked in over 53 cities and 80 districts, and over 9 states in India and 6 countries in the Asia Pacific. Since 1999 Odisha Super Cyclone he has put displaced population—tribal, women, dalit, minorities, and casual labour—on the response to recovery agenda via AIDMI’s action learning pilots; policy round tables; training and capacity building; and co-creating knowledge for local use. He is a member of Advisory Committee of the Platform on Disaster Displacement, Follow up to the Nansen Initiative, Geneva, Switzerland, since October 2016 and planning a panel study under Harvard FXB Center for Health and Human Rights that builds on a 5000 family survey of impact of 2018 floods on health and livelihood.

Mihir Bhatt