Dr Langelihle Mlotshwa is a public health researcher with over a decade of experience researching different aspects of health matters amongst vulnerable populations including community health workers, migrants and women in the SADC region. She holds a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Basel, Switzerland and a Master in Public Health from Wits University, South Africa. She currently holds a postdoctoral research position at the centre, where she is involved in designing and coordinating research programmes relating to SRHR, gender, migration and mobility, as well as supervising graduate students. She has served as a consultant for different international organizations namely United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) and Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) addressing different health challenges in LMIC. Her interests lie in researching, supporting and implementing different approaches to global health issues, with a focus on sexual and reproductive health, migration, gender, HIV/AIDS, maternal health and human rights.