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Kehinde Adesola Osinowo

Kehinde Adesola Osinowo

Chief Executive Officer, ARFH

Dr (Mrs). Kehinde Osinowo is the Chief Executive Officer of the Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH). She is an accomplished public health and developmental health specialist with over 30 years of broad-based experience in designing, implementing, strategic management, and evaluating Public Health program interventions. She has unique cross-cutting expertise in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Maternal and New- Born Child & Adolescent Health, Nutrition intervention, Youth, HIV, TB, and Malaria programming. A top executive, with technical skills in Organisational Stewardship/ Governance, Policy, Business Development, Advocacy, Grant and Program Management, Health and Community System strengthening, Program Development Strategies for Sustainable Development. A strong advocate for women and girls, with core competencies in Leadership Management, Conceptual and Analytical, Appraisal, Communication Consensus Building, and Creative Thinking. Dr (Mrs). Osinowo plays leadership and expert roles at national and state levels, and also contributes through her well-recognized technical expertise in surveillance, policy, and critical appraisal reviews and reforms affecting women and girls and other contemporary public health issues. she is a prominent member and past chair of the Service Delivery sub-Committee of the National Reproductive Health Technical Working Group and a member of other AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria national technical working groups. Dr (Mrs). Osinowo has led ARFH’s project implementation oversight across all regions of the 36+1 states of Nigeria and other West African sub-region. She is a fellow of the Bill and Melinda Gates Strategic Leadership Program, a Fellow of the West African College of Nursing, Packard Foundation fellow of the International Family Planning Leadership Program, Fellow, Academy of Public Health (FAPH) and the Harvard School of Public Health-Certificate in Continuing Education for Health care Leadership & Executive Management Course.

A group of African men and women sitting down. Photo credit: Neil Freeman for Alliance