Andrea Cutherell is an experienced strategist, facilitator, and global health technical leader with a focus on market systems approaches to improve health outcomes. She brings over 15 years of experience leading complex initiatives; managing teams; and providing technical assistance in sexual and reproductive health (SRH), maternal and child health, nutrition, malaria, HIV, private sector engagement, and health systems strengthening. She has extensive in-country experience in 13 countries across South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. A skilled coalition builder, Andrea established and grew the Evidence and Learning Working Group (ELWG) of the Self Care Trailblazer Group. A rigorous and creative thinker and communicator, she led Population Services International’s thought leadership initiative to improve its use of evidence and experience to influence global health policy and practice. Andrea holds a Master of Health Science from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and served on faculty with them in Afghanistan where she co-designed the country’s first national HIV/AIDS surveillance system.
The introduction and scale-up of contraceptive implants have unequivocally increased access to family planning (FP) method choice around the world. Late last year, Jhpiego and Impact for Health (IHI) collaborated to document the experience of ...
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