‘Taking the Leap’

Date : Apr 13 , 2021 | Past Webinars

Ashok Alexander in 2003 started his work to establish an HIV prevention program – Avahan, for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that aimed to help stop the growth of HIV in India. In less than three years, Avahan became the world’s largest-ever HIV prevention program, working in six states and over 600 towns. In 2014, Ashok set up the Antara Foundation to see if the methods of scaling from business used there could be applied to maternal and child health.

Ashok’s career has spanned the worlds of business and public health delivery. He has demonstrated how business principles can be applied to scale up the delivery of complex public health solutions in HIV prevention and maternal and child health, across India.

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