Country Director, International
Yasmin Chandani is the director of the inSupply Health, a JSI affiliate in Kenya that aims to transform the lives of people by creating sustainable solutions for healthy communities. Trained in epidemiology and public health, Yasmin has been involved in all aspects of supply chain management of essential health commodities for more than 20 years, supporting and advising national governments and NGOs. Yasmin spent five years leading the Supply Chains for Community Case Management project, which worked at the community level strengthening supply chain systems and the global level on forecasting and market shaping for health products. Prior to that, Yasmin worked on the USAID | DELIVER Project, designing and strengthening HIV supply chains to meet the needs of prevention, care, and treatment programs that emerged in the early 2000s. As part of this work, Yasmin was instrumental in developing and adapting forecast methodologies to capture the nuances of these products and programs.