Ambrish Chandan is the Program Officer on our Research and Evaluation for Action in Child Health (REACH) project in Bihar. He has more than nine years of work experience in public health and rural development. In the past, Mr. Chandan has led the implementation of various public health programs, and has conducted monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for maternal and child health programs, especially under the National Health Mission (NHM).
Prior to joining RTI, Mr. Chandan worked as a project coordinator at Columbia Global Centers (CGC|SA) in Jharkhand on the Earth Institute’s Model Districts Health Project where he demonstrated how focused innovations, additional resources, quality improvements, health worker development, and data-driven planning within NHM could lead to the attainment of Millennium Development Goals.
He has also worked as a Project Officer for the ASHA resource center in Gujarat under NHM and has developed project implementation plans (PIPs) for the states of Gujarat and Jharkhand, India.