Julia Liborio

Julia Liborio is the Senior Communications Officer at IGC. A communications professional with over 5 years’ experience in creating digital and multimedia content, she previously worked for the Mo Ibrahim Foundation in London, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Brazil and as a graphic designer for different organisations in the international development field. She holds a MSc in Media, Communication and Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Bachelor’s in Journalism from the University of Brasilia.

Content by Julia Liborio
  • Publication - Policy Brief

    Improving access to renewable energy in rural Sierra Leone

    Download the policy brief here. In Sierra Leone, only about 5% of the population in rural areas have access to electricity. The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) is supporting the Government of Sierra Leone to increase access to electricity through the Rural Renewable Energy Project (RREP) with funding from the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and...

    30 Jun 2022 | Madison Levine, Niccoló Meriggi, Ahmed Mushfiq Mobarak, Vasudha Ramakrishna, Lennart Sattlegger, Maarten Voors, Ariful Islam, Sellu Kallon, Julia Liborio

  • Publication - Policy Brief

    Subsidies for technology adoption: Evidence from rural Cameroon

    This research examines how a short-term subsidy for a new solar lamp affects uptake, usage, and future demand for the product in rural Cameroon. The findings suggest that subsidies stimulate uptake of the solar lamps and do not adversely affect subsequent use of the lamps. If subsidies decrease future willingness-to-pay for lamps, this effect is outweighed by...

    17 Feb 2022 | Niccoló Meriggi, Erwin Bulte, Ahmed Mushfiq Mobarak, Julia Liborio

  • Publication - Policy Brief

    Financial incentive schemes in public health: Evidence from Sierra Leone

    This brief explores findings from a field study of a community health programme in Sierra Leone seeking to understand how financial incentives can impact public service and public health outcomes.  Sharing incentives equally between Community Health Workers (CHW) and their supervisors generates an increase in household health visits that is 61% larger than the...

    30 Nov 2021 | Erika Deserranno, Stefano Caria, Philipp Kastrau, Gianmarco León, Julia Liborio

  • Blog post

    Matter of Pride: Engendering LGBTQ+ inclusivity in thought and research

    This post has been updated recently on 1 June 2022. As countries around the world celebrate Pride in June and reflect on the challenges faced by LGBTQ+ communities, this blog presents ways in which research can be more inclusive and arguments as to why it’s important. Since 1970, the month of June has been dedicated to celebrating and commemorating members of the LGBTQ+...

    23 Jun 2021 | Julia Liborio, Nikita Sharma