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I am a PhD candidate in the Faculty of History under the supervision of Simon Szreter. Broadly, I research the history of Global Health and Policy and examine how multilateralism shapes people’s day-to-day lives. My PhD project investigates how the World Bank influenced nations’ domestic healthcare policy and outcomes, specifically examining the Bank's structural adjustment loans and concurrent Population, Health, Nutrition (PHN) projects in Kenya from the 1980s and how this affected maternal health and patient experience. My project will be built upon interviews I will conduct in Kenya with policy makers and with women who engaged with maternal health services to see how certain policy changes affected their access to healthcare, their experiences and their health outcomes.