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Senior Director, Program Management, Global Health Division Andrea Poling

Andrea Poling is a public health and project management specialist with 15 years of experience designing and implementing public health programs focusing on maternal and child health, family planning, and health systems strengthening. She has held leadership positions for several large, complex health programs, including her current role as deputy project director for the USAID-funded HRH2030 program. Prior to joining HRH2030, she served as the chief of party for the Bangladesh Smiling Sun Franchise Program (SSFP). In Bangladesh, Andrea was responsible for implementing a health services social franchise that expanded access and availability of quality child, maternal, and family planning health services. Andrea also supported a tuberculosis project in the Philippines and an HIV/AIDS prevention project in Vietnam. She holds a B.A. in French and international development and an M.P.A. focused in health services management from the Ohio State University.

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From Excel to Excellent: Timor-Leste Readies for a New Health Worker Training Information System

This post was originally published by the Human Resources for Health in 2030 (HRH2030) program, and is cross posted with permission.  Abilio Soares is the former senior technical lead for HRH2030’s Timor-Leste activity. Andrea Poling is the Deputy Project Director for HRH2030, based at Chemonics. On February 1st, 2021, the USAID Human Resources for Health in 2030…

3 Takeaways from Testing the Gender Competency Framework in Ethiopia

This post was adapted from a post that originally appeared on the USAID HRH2030 program’s website. Gender sensitivity is often overlooked in the slew of daily health care inquiries directed to service providers. And yet, gender norms—how a society ascribes day-to-day roles, rights, and responsibilities to women and men—play a significant role in client-provider interactions. Reproductive…