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Training course in adolescent sexual and reproductive health 2020 - Tutors by country of residence of the participants

Sahil Chopra

Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, New Delhi, India

Sahil Chopra

Sahil Chopra, Adolescent Health Specialist
Analyst, Childhood and Adolescence – Sexual & Reproductive Health, Children Investment Fund Foundation

Sahil Chopra is an Adolescent Health Specialist who is inspired by young people’s enthusiasm, resilience and ability to experiment with new ideas. He completed the Sexual and Reproductive Health as well as research methodology and research protocol development training courses of the Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research (GFMER) in 2019. He has been accorded with Commendation Certificate for the same.

He has more than 9 years of public health experience working with Government and international organizations in India. He worked in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India as a Senior Consultant and led implementation of RMNCH+A and Health system strengthening interventions. He has played critical role in designing the policies and frameworks around National Adolescent Health Programme of India especially the School based initiatives. He worked in Jhpiego India office as a Program Officer-Technical Support Unit on Adolescent Health to Government of India. He presented papers on various Adolescent Health issues in International Conferences and also co-authored several national guidelines.

Currently, Sahil is working in Children Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) as an Analyst, Childhood and Adolescence – Sexual & Reproductive Health. The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) is an independent philanthropic organisation with offices in Addis Ababa, Beijing, London, Nairobi, and New Delhi. CIFF works with a wide range of partners seeking to transform and empower the lives of poor and vulnerable children and adolescents in developing countries, with the ultimate goal of solving seemingly intractable challenges to ensure all children and adolescents have the chance to survive and thrive.