Last Mile Health CEO Raj Panjabi Speaks With Devex About Systems Entrepreneurship, Importance Of Community Health Work

Devex: Q&A: CEO of Last Mile Health on becoming a systems entrepreneur
“…Together with his co-founders, [Raj] Panjabi started Last Mile Health to bring primary health care to remote areas in Liberia by partnering with governments to help them design, scale, and sustain networks of community health professionals. He was one of four Skoll awardees this year who received a $1.25 million, three-year core investment from the Skoll Foundation to scale the work of their organizations. Panjabi spoke with Devex about issues ranging from the importance of systems entrepreneurship to the power of community health work for job creation…” (Cheney, 4/10).

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