Nyasha worked with the Department for Education's Early Years and Child Poverty team on the UK's Child Poverty Strategy. She was based in Whitehall, London and assisted with a range of tasks including conducting research on the relationship between labor force participation and child poverty, data gathering and analysis.
Nyasha worked with the Department for Education's Early Years and Child Poverty team on the UK's Child Poverty Strategy. She worked on an in-depth analysis of the relationship between childcare and employment and poverty levels, focusing particularly on women's employment. She conducted data analysis, policy analysis and will be contributing to the Department's strategy on the how mothers' work decisions respond to changes in childcare costs. In addition she generally contributed to the work of the Department for Education around child poverty trying to tackle low income and worklessness in families to provide a brighter future for Britain's children. To achieve this she helped to develop effective services to reach beyond central government. By building inspirational leadership, strong partnerships with organizations focusing on child poverty and employers she helped to make further progress to transform the lives of the most vulnerable members of society.