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Climate change, data and vulnerability analysis, risk reduction strategies for the education sector, capacity development, education policies

Diana Ortiz is an Associate Education Programme Specialist at IIEP-UNESCO, where she is currently working on projects related to education, climate change and displacement.

Diana possesses over seven years of professional experience in data analysis to inform policy and planning in low- and middle-income countries. Since 2021, Diana has supported IIEP’s Technical Cooperation team in identifying and analyzing climate change effects on education in Liberia, South Sudan, Vietnam, Jordan, Cambodia, and Madagascar. Diana has also supported the Ministries of Education of Liberia and South Sudan in integrating climate change adaptation and environmental sustainability measures into their education sector plans.

Prior to joining IIEP, Diana was the Field Coordinator for the Colombia Mobile Victims Unit Impact Evaluation and a consultant at the World Bank, working on issues related to conflict and access to justice in Jordan and Colombia. She also worked as a Research Assistant at Rosario University on topics related to child labour and poverty.


  • M.A., International Public Management, Sciences Po, France
  • M.A., Economics, Universidad del Rosario, Colombia