Lyndon Brown

(1951–2005)

Lyndon worked on JSI’s REACH and BASICS projects between 1994 and 1998. Although he was based in JSI’s Washington, DC office, Lyndon spent as much time as he possibly could in the Central Asian countries, where JSI had child health activities.

In 1999, Lyndon and his family returned to Nepal, where he was a Child Survival Fellow with USAID/Kathmandu. Thereafter and until his death, Lyndon worked at USAID’s Global Bureau, coordinating technical support to Iraq, Yemen, Indonesia, and other countries in crisis.