CARE: The Contribution of an International NGO to Global Health

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Abstract

Dr. Sanjay Sinho currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer at American India Foundation, an India-focused philanthropic organization. Sanjay has over 20-years experience in the development sectors with special emphasis on public health. His areas of expertise include participatory methodologies to strengthen community participation/empowerment; design, implementation, and monitoring of programs targeting the role of community-based organizations in fostering positive health behavior outcomes for marginalized populations. Prior to his current assignment, Sanjay worked with CARE for more than 13 years in positions of increasing responsibilities, starting from being a project manager in India and eventually becoming the Director for Health, in which capacity he provided oversight on the organization’s health portfolio. Sanjay has served as the Vice Chair on the Board of Directors of CORE, a network organization of U.S.-based NGOs working in the field of community health. Sanjay holds Masters Degrees in Sociology and Pediatrics from Bhopal University in India.

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