Technical Advisory Group

NEST360° leverages a Strategic & Technical Advisory Group (STAG) for high-level guidance on strategy and implementation, engagement with the global newborn care community, and a support network for developing and scaling new technologies within existing programs seeking to achieve SDG3.2

 

STAG members include: Michael Free (Chair & Emeritus, PATH); Sufia Askari (CIFF); Anshu Banerjee (WHO); Zulfiqar A. Bhutta (International Pediatric Association); John Borrazzo (World Bank); Kristoffer Gandrup-Marino (UNICEF); Harry Gombachika (Malawi Telecommunications Limited & University of Malawi Polytechnic); Gagan Gupta (UNICEF); Rasa Izadnegahdar (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation); Smita Kumar (USAID); Tore Laerdal (Laerdal); Charles Mwansambo (Malawi Ministry of Health); Prosper Okonkwo (APIN Public Health Initiatives, Nigeria) and Stefan Swartling Peterson (Uppsala University).

Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF)

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WHO

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International Pediatric Association

John Borrazzo

World Bank

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Kristoffer Gandrup-Marino

UNICEF

PATH, Emeritus (STAG Chair)

Malawi Telecommunications Limited & University of Malawi Polytechnic

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UNICEF

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Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Smita Kumar

USAID

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Laerdal

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Malawi Ministry of Health

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APIN Public Health Initiatives, Nigeria

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Uppsala University