Sarita Santoshini is an independent journalist based in India. She reports on gender, social justice, and global health and development for publications like Al Jazeera English, The Fuller Project, The Christian Science Monitor, and The New Humanitarian, among others. In 2019, she was part of the IWMF Malaria No More Reporting Trip to Rwanda, and a finalist of the UK Foreign Press Association's Thomson Foundation Young Journalist award. In 2017, she received an International Reporting Project (IRP) Fellowship to report on gender rights in post-conflict northern Uganda and the status of female refugees in the country. She was also the 2016 Bitch Media writing fellow in reproductive rights and justice. She has been recognized with national awards like the Population First's Laadli media awards for gender sensitivity, and the Press Institute of India and International Committee of the Red Cross’ awards on humanitarian reporting.