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Integrated and multi-sectoral approaches that address the most critical health challenges

Healthy populations who have access to high-quality health services lead longer and more productive lives, resulting in stronger and more financially secure families, communities, and countries. To maximize its health impact, Chemonics takes an integrated, multi-sectoral approach to strengthening health systems. We work with national and local governments, local NGOs, and the private sector. With the ultimate goal of making sustainable improvements to the health sector, we focus on building in-country leadership capacity, strengthening organizations, and promoting policies and innovative financing solutions that enable the health sector to meet the needs of its clients. 

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    Doris YoungsDoris Youngs is a public health specialist with more than twenty years of senior technical and management experience in the field and at headquarters. She has served in multiple senior leadership positions on both global and bilateral projects. She has experience in project operations for complex USAID global and country projects including familiarity with USAID policies, regulations and reporting requirements. Doris led the development and implementation of global corporate policies, systems, and operational support to IntraHealth's 17 field offices and 34 country programs. She served as the deputy chief of USAID's Health, Population and Nutrition Office in Amman, Jordan and engaged in policy dialogue, design, and monitoring and evaluation for a number of national health programs. She holds an M.P.H. from the American University of Beirut. Read more

    Catherine MaldonadoCatherine Maldonado is a public health nutrition specialist with more than ten years of experience working in project design, management, and monitoring and evaluation in Africa, Asia, the Americas, and the Middle East. In Nigeria, Mrs. Maldonado designed, managed, and evaluated an integrated livelihood and nutrition activity targeting women from food insecure households and oversaw a support activity that built the capacity of orphan and vulnerable children (OVC) caregivers to improve nutrition of their households with fortified food supplements. She also has experience designing and managing M&E tools for health and agriculture projects in Nepal, Nigeria, and the West Bank. She holds an M.Sc. in international public health nutrition from the University of Westminster and a B.A. in political science from Loyola College in Maryland. Read more


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