Muluti Phiri (current, since 2017, MA Migration and Displacement)
MA Research Report: Factors influencing access to health-care services of female migrant sex workers in Rosettenville, Johannesburg.
Supervisor: Jo Vearey
Muluti is a social worker by profession. She worked at the centre for infectious disease research in Zambia from 2006 to 2009. In 2009, she was privileged to attend a six months advanced Sida international training programme – child survival, at Uppsala University in Sweden. She also had an opportunity to work with an organisation called TASO in Uganda – an experiential training in counselling and community outreach for people living with HIV/AIDS. Prior to her studies with Wits she worked part time at Sunshine Centre Association, a school supporting and strengthening families and communities of children with disabilities.
Muluti holds a Bachelor of Social Work degree – University of South Africa (UNISA). A diploma in Social work – National College for Management and Development Studies in Zambia, Certificate in Business Management – University of Natal. She also holds several certificates in psychosocial support and counselling.
Muluti is currently interning under maHp as a communications assistant.