Ms. Yasmin Chandani is the CEO of inSupply Health, a Nairobi-based, East African public health advisory firm that aims to transform the lives of people and communities by pioneering innovative solutions for improving access to essential health products and services. inSupply Health draws on an affiliation with global public health consulting firm, John Snow, Inc. and a dynamic regional team to help clients design health system solutions for complex challenges and environments.
Ms. Chandani previously served as a Director at JSI and has worked in the international public health arena for over 20 years supporting and advising national governments and multilateral partners in 15 countries in the strategy, design, implementation, and measurement of strong, sustainable supply chains for health. Notable projects include multi-country, multi-year initiatives such as the Supply Chains for Community Case Management (SC4CCM) Project which developed transformative solutions for community health supply chains, and the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, which played an instrumental role in meeting the needs of emergent HIV/AIDS supply chains in the early 2000s. Ms. Chandani received her MPH at Yale University.
Considered a supply chain thought leader, Ms. Chandani is known for her persistent emphasis on skills transfer and systemic institutionalization. She has a successful track record in contextualizing and adapting innovative solutions such as mHealth, the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for last mile delivery of medicines and health supplies, gaming for health, and data-driven quality improvement approaches for building optimized, resilient supply chains.