Save a Life, Make it Last

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Scientific Advisory Board (SAB)







The Scientific Advisory Board is comprised of public health scientists who serve as representatives and contacts on the ground in high-need regions.

The members of the Scientific Advisory Board are inspired professionals working in their field of specialty in public health programs worldwide. Some are medical doctors, public health and child development experts, or policy makers in key positions in policy organizations or their government. Experts volunteer their time in an effort to build and communicate the needs of their communities and programs as well as communicate and link services for their community. We are grateful to our Board for their expertise and willingness to contribute, and applaud their efforts in community health building projects.

We currently have members representing the following nations and welcome additional members:

  • Pakistan
  • Haiti
  • Nigeria
  • Nepal
  • India
  • El Salvador


SAB members provide:

–       Technical community-specific advice for project in their community

–       Project management on community projects

–       Provide advice on larger global themes affecting women and children beyond their own communities


Join Us:

As a member, you can participate in program development, contribute to papers and blog articles, and participate in international workgroups and roundtables.

If you would like to apply to join the board, please download: SAB-inviteletter.application

For more information, please email us:

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