Hitesh Sahni, Deputy Program Lead, PSI India and brings a vast experience of 25 years working in various health domains, currently managing the operations of The Challenge Initiative for Healthy Cities (TCIHC) in India. Under this role, he provides strategic direction to the team for executing and scaling up proven high impact approaches to attain sustainable results through the TCIHC program.
In the past, he has successfully led an operational research program on NCDs in both rural and urban India through a consortium of partners. He also managed a tuberculosis program in various geographies in India, with a special focus on access and adherence to treatment and medicines.
He is an MBA graduate and a certified six sigma black belt with rich experience in process and quality improvement projects. Before joining PSI, Hitesh was working with Eli Lilly and Company in various roles cutting across sales and marketing, partnerships management, six sigma black belt and international business.
With India’s adolescent and youth population on the rise, the country’s government has sought to address this group’s unique challenges. India’s Ministry of Health & Family Welfare created the Rashtriya Kishor Swasthya Karyakram (RKSK) program ...
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