Fred Rosensweig is a capacity-building and training specialist with over 35 years of experience working on organizational development and training in developing countries. He has worked in the areas of health systems strengthening, environmental health, and local government strengthening. His specific areas of expertise include institutional assessments, design and implementation of capacity-building activities, and the use of participatory processes to gain increased involvement and commitment of key stakeholders. Mr. Rosensweig has been the capacity-building team leader and a member of the senior management team for Health Systems 20/20 since the inception of the project in 2006. His focus in HS 20/20 is on developing the capacity of governmental organizations that play a stewardship role and regional and country level organizations that provide technical assistance, training, and research in health systems strengthening. From 1981-2004, he served as Technical Director for Human Resources and Institutional Development under the Environmental Health Project (EHP) and the Water & Sanitation for Health (WASH) Project. In his work with Health Systems 20/20, WASH, EHP, and other projects, he has authored numerous guidelines, training manuals, strategies, and other documents. He has worked in over 40 countries in Africa, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America. He speaks French and Spanish.
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