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Sri Chander

Asia-Pacific Regional Health Advisor, World Vision
Sri Chander As the Asia-Pacific Regional Health Advisor of World Vision, Dr Sri Chander leads a regional team to provide technical support to World Vision Offices in 17 countries in the Asia-Pacific region from his Singapore home base. Sri’s team develops and oversees all World Vision’s strategic and regional health policy, including the coordination of 36 HIV/AIDS prevention and control projects, 28 child survival and reproductive projects, and 7 tuberculosis prevention and control projects. Sri has a medical degree from the National University of Singapore and a Master’s of Public Health degree from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. He has extensive experience in the design, monitoring and evaluation of large-scale maternal and child health and nutrition, immunization, TB and HIV/AIDS programs. He is also concurrently an Adjunct Associate Professor in Public Health at the National University of Singapore.