Aravis has a proven track record of consistently aligning organizational strategies and policy objectives in a progressive and effective manner at senior levels. The company was founded in the spirit of collaboration, synergy and sustainable partnerships.
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This has also involved substantive work on cross-cutting issues in global health, migration, urbanization and the digital economy. The sustainable development agenda, related goals, indicators and systemic interconnectedness provide effective guideposts for integration and brokerage between governments, think-tanks, research institutes, public-private partnerships, foundations, corporations and investors.
Elana Hazghia has over thirteen years of experience designing, implementing and scaling impactful health and development programs. Her experience has focused on health, women's empowerment, education, and community investment across Latin America, North America, Africa and India. She has forged solutions to health challenges such as nutrition, maternal and child health, malaria and HIV.
Simon Young: A British author and editor based in Italy, Simon has written for publications from the Spectator to the Guardian and from History Today to Fortean Times. He teaches at the University of Virginia (Siena, CET) and is about to publish his eighth book, with University of Exeter Press. He leads Aravis' work on copy-editing and speech writing.
Sierin Lim: Aravis is honored to have Dr. Sierin Lim as an expert reviewer of our scientific output. She is an associate professor of bioengineering and the Assistant Chair (Research) at the School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore.
Maya Stevens-Uninsky: is a public health expert with over a decade of experience working in global health program monitoring and evaluation. She is currently a PhD candidate in Global Health from McMaster University in Toronto, Canada where she is focusing her research on decolonizing evaluation practices in sexual and reproductive health.
Paul Kasper: Our manager, Paul, has over twenty years of experience in teaching English/Spanish, editing, content creation, translation and research. He organizes the Aravis family and weighs in with a red pen as our projects begin to take shape.
We at Aravis believe that the fourth SDG, Quality Education, is essential for reaching the UN's objectives in global development for 2030. We have over four decades of combined experience in the classroom and strong ties to academia. Our connections and experience drive our innovative approach to each new project and our network of expertise allows us to scale up at a moment's notice.
Alongside Aravis' long-term partner Sovereign Strategy, the founding Director co-created Sovereign Sustainability and Development and the G20 Health and Development Partnership - a coalition involving key stakeholders such as Unitaid, Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV), Novartis, the TB Alliance, Johnson & Johnson, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and the Global Health Innovative Technology (GHIT) Fund - resulting in a strong collaborative engagement platform for like-minded organizations focusing on rapidly evolving global issues.
We've just copy edited several documents on Security Sector Reform and Governace for DCAF. Before that we edited a strategy for CEPHEID and wrote a generic funding document about Penicillin for The WHO. Other previous clients include VAXSEEN, for whom we submitted an entry for Vaccine Passports to the Gates Grand Challenge and the TuBerculosis Vaccine Initiative (TBVI).
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