Director of the JSI/World Education Center for Capacity Development
Matthew Osborne-Smith has been with JSI since 2004. His technical expertise includes program management, new business development, capacity development, health system strengthening, market development, and monitoring and evaluation. Matthew is the senior advisor for the USAID Supporting an AIDS-Free Era Program and USAID electronic Supply Chain Management Information System Program, both of which are in Zambia, and director of the JSI/World Education Center for Capacity Development. Matthew is the lead advisor to JSI affiliate John Snow Health Zambia, Ltd. Before JSI, he worked for Partners In Health, Mercy Corps, and U.S. Peace Corps, and was based in Indonesia, Tajikistan, and Lesotho. Matthew has an MBA in global health from the Heller School at Brandeis University.
Increased suppression and retention rates among clients enrolled on the 6 months Multi-Month Scripting and Dispensation (MMSD) Differentiated Service Delivery Model (DSD): Experiences from Central Province, Zambia
Targeted HIV testing improves positivity yield and reduces testing volumes among the general population in Zambia
Integration of cervical cancer with HIV services improves the uptake of cervical cancer screening amongst HIV positive clients: Lessons learned from Zambia
A model public toilet service in an urban context that improves management and income for the urban poor: Field action report
A Report of At-Scale Distribution of Chlorhexidine Digluconate 7.1% Gel for Newborn Cord Care to 36,404 Newborns in Sokoto State, Nigeria: Initial Lessons Learned
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