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Equitable access to high-quality health services helps people lead longer and more productive lives and build stronger and more financially secure families, communities, and countries. Chemonics helps local populations improve access to essential health services, especially for women, children, and the most vulnerable. We help local actors in a given health system — national and local governments, civil society, private industry, and communities — adapt proven methodologies and best practices from different sectors of development. Such efforts continuously and sustainably improve governance, financing, supply of health commodities, information, human resources, and service delivery.

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    W. Shaun O'NeilA pharmaceutical management expert, Mr. O’Neil has more than 18 years of experience implementing donor‐funded field programs to strengthen national and local family planning and reproductive health commodity supply chains in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Nepal, The Gambia, Afghanistan, and the Philippines. As chief of party of the USAID/Philippines Private Sector Mobilization for Health – Phase 2 (PRISM2) project, he worked with midwives to link family planning and reproductive health commodity supply chains with 600 non‐traditional outlets and product depots in rural areas. He has expertise in enhancing private sector engagement, identifying traditional and non‐traditional outlets, and developing social marketing and behavior change communication campaigns to increase commodity availability in low‐resource settings. While serving as deputy director for the USAID/Afghanistan Communication for Behavior Change: Expanding Access to Private Sector Health Products and Services (COMPRI‐A) project, he helped the first Afghani pharmaceutical company become ISO 9001‐certified; it still supplies patients with medication. Mr. O’Neil holds an M.P.A. in management from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Read more

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

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