Pamela G. Combinido is researcher based in the Philippines under the Newton Tech4Dev Network. Pamela’s recent publications examine the impacts of humanitarian technologies in post-disaster contexts, local governance, and its opportunities and challenges for Filipino humanitarian workers.
In 2015, she co-authored “Obliged to Be Grateful: How Communities Experienced Humanitarian Actors in the Haiyan Response”, a DFID-funded research report that examines the accountability initiatives of international humanitarian agencies during the Typhoon Haiyan response. She previously worked as a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer of Plan International Philippines co-managing programs related to strengthening community resilience and advocacies on children rights. She has a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of the Philippines Diliman (magna cum laude) and served as an intern of the Philippine Sociological Society during her undergraduate years.