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Dr. Kiran Shankar Kamble (MBBS, AFIH, MPH)

Kiran is a medical doctor (MBBS) with 19 years of progressive experience across the spectrum of healthcare. After graduating in 1992 from Mumbai University’s Grant Medical College, India, he practiced for eight years as a primary care physician providing clinical and diagnostic services to the population ranging from the rich and upper middle class to those below poverty line. His focus,during his practice, was on maternal, child and family health, communicable diseases, non-communicable diseases, mental health and environmental health. During his practice, he established partnerships with premier tertiary healthcare institutions to facilitate prompt and cost-effective specialized care for his patients. During this period he also established a couple of pharmacy stores to provide the middle and low-income population easy access to inexpensive and good quality medicine.

Heeding to his entrepreneurial streak, he established a small-scale pharmaceutical company – ACME Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd. – in 1993. He is still managing this company providing high quality affordable medicines to the remotest parts of India and Africa.

Prompted by the need in his private clinical practice, Kiran went on to acquire a post graduate diploma in occupational health – Associate Fellow of Industrial Health (AFIH) from the Central Labour institute (CLI), Mumbai, through a competitive program jointly developed and managed by Ministry of Labour (MoL), Government of India (GoI) and the International Labour Organization (ILO). He used this expertise to help a few multi-national companies, as a visiting occupational health physician, to develop and implement workplace health, safety and hygiene policies to ensure a healthy workforce.

In 2003, Kiran joined the World Health Organization (WHO) to guide public private partnerships (PPPs) in tuberculosis control in India, by providing technical support to GoI under the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Program (RNTCP). He then went on to take a position as an Advisor on PPPs to the department of Health and Family Welfare and Medical Education, Government of Jharkhand (GoJ), India. Subsequently he successfully undertook a few assignments with national and international organizations like Futures Group International, Abt Associates, USAID, NAANDI Foundation, EPOS Germany and HOSMAC India. Kiran was the team leader for district health action planning (DHAP) under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), India, for the States of Punjab and Jammu & Kashmir.

In line with his endeavor to constantly upgrade his skills, Kiran went to the United States to acquire a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from the School of Public Health at Harvard University (HSPH). He is currently based in the US and manages a not-for-profit global health organization – O3i Global. He has also established a for-profit global health consulting company – Development 360 Inc. He is currently working with the Global Fund in 25 countries in Africa, Central Asia and Latin America on public health projects in tuberculosis, HIV / AIDS, malaria and health systems strengthening. He is a coordinator for an ambitious social network research study in health commissioned by WHO in India.

Kiran holds a position as the Secretary to the Global Harvard Alumni Network Committee and has access to the huge network of Harvard alumni working at senior positions in premier healthcare institutes globallyto collaborate in ensuring trust worthy and high quality healthcare through the Uniworld medical tourism venture.