Country Representative, Pakistan; Chief of Party, Integrated Health Systems Strengthening and Service Delivery Project
Nabeela Ali has 34 years of experience working for effective health programming in Pakistan. She has helped design national maternal, newborn, and child health policies and strategies for national and provincial health departments, and has planned and implemented complex USAID flagship public health programs in Pakistan. Nabeela, who is a clinician, is recognized globally for generating evidence for policy and design programs, such as chlorhexidine for newborn cord care, for poor and marginalized communities in Pakistan. She has an MD/MBBS and an MPH. Listen to an interview with Nabeela on the Voices of Public Health podcast.