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Callier joined EHP as the project director in February 2002. Ms. Callier
graduated from St. Louis University with a major in political
science and earned her master’s degree in international studies from
Johns Hopkins University, concentrating in economic development and
Latin American studies. She has over 25 years of experience in
international development and consultant assignments in over 20 countries
throughout Latin America, Asia, and Africa, working with government
agencies and nongovernmental organizations. She has managed projects and
supervised professional staff and consultants that have encompassed a
wide array of disciplines, including public health, rural development
and agriculture, and development management.
Most recently, Ms. Callier served as the project director for the USAID-funded Monitoring, Evaluation, and Design/Assessment Support (MEDS) Project. Before joining the MEDS Project, she had worked as a development management specialist for the Office of International Cooperation and Development of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, as a USAID project officer and regional health/nutrition adviser in Guatemala, as a program and training officer for the U.S. Peace Corps Office of Training and Program Support, and as a democracy officer in the USAID Center for Democracy and Governance. Click here to send an e-mail to Sandra Callier.
Hafner has 35 years of experience in international development with a
specialty in program- and field-level management of technical assistance
teams. He was on the staff of the Water and Sanitation for Health (WASH)
Project beginning in 1981 and continuing through the end of WASH and the
first EHP contract. For most of those years, he served as Deputy
Director. Prior to joining the WASH Project he had long-term assignments
in Tanzania, Kenya, and Sierra Leone and later participated in 15
short-term assignments in various countries in Africa, Central and
Southern Asia, and Eastern Europe. He has managed more than 150
technical assistance teams in 30 developing countries for WASH and EHP.
Key management assignments under EHP included an emergency environmental assessment in Gaza/West Bank; procurement of equipment for wastewater improvement projects in Bulgaria and Romania following a major environmental pollution study on the Danube River Basin; and an urban environmental health program in Zambia. Before joining WASH, he was on the staff of the Peace Corps, working both in rural water supply field programs and in evaluation, training, and policy development at Peace Corps headquarters. Mr. Hafner holds a master’s degree in geography from the University of Colorado. Click here to send an e-mail to Craig Hafner.
Senior Technical Director/CESH Coordinator
Kleinau has more than 20 years of experience in medicine and public
health, with an extensive background in operations research, health
policy and program design, and monitoring and evaluation. His career
includes work with USAID’s Measure Evaluation project, the BASICS
child survival project, and the USAID maternal and child care program in
Egypt. He has several years of field experience in Ethiopia, Ivory
Coast, Rwanda, Togo, and Zaire; has conducted special health studies in
Thailand and the Philippines; and has participated on technical
assistance teams in Madagascar and Zambia, among many other assignments.
Dr. Kleinau is the author or co-author of numerous peer-reviewed papers. In addition to degrees in medicine from the Eberhard-Karls University in Tuebingen, Germany, he holds master's degrees in epidemiology and health policy and management and a doctoral degree in public health from the Harvard School of Public Health. Click here to send an e-mail to Eckhard Kleinau.
1992 to 1999, Mr. Brantly served as a risk assessment/management
specialist for the Water and Sanitation for Health (WASH) Project and
its successor EHP. As EHP evolved, he worked more on disease
surveillance, which he is focussing on at present. He has participated
in or managed technical assistance in Bangladesh, Belize, Ecuador,
Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mali, Malawi,
Mauritania, Mozambique, Senegal, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Turkmenistan, and
included management of a complex investigation of children’s exposure
to lead in Cairo, Egypt, and development of GIS mapping techniques for
use in surveillance in Malawi and Mozambique. He has been a
contributor to books on environmental change and health effects for the
World Resources Institute, the National Council for International
Health, and other groups. Before joining WASH, Mr. Brantly carried
out numerous assignments for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
He has a master's degree in biology from the University of Rochester and
a law degree from the George Washington University.
Information Center Coordinator
July 2000, Dr. May Post joined the Environmental Health Project as
Coordinator of the Information Center. Dr. Post is a Burmese-born
U.S.-licensed public health physician. She has more than 25 years’ experience in medicine
and public health. She began her career as a physician in 1973 and went
into international public health in 1980. She has worked in Liberia,
Zaire, Congo, Gambia, Rwanda, Burma, Philippines, and, most recently,
Nepal where she was a consultant to the EHP office in
Dr. Post has worked for a variety of international organizations—USAID, the World Bank, UNICEF, PAHO, and DFID— as well as for a range of USAID cooperating agencies. She has also served in national ministries of health—in Liberia, Gambia, and Burma. She has written a wide range of papers and reports covering primary health care, maternal and reproductive health, emerging/re-emerging diseases, HIV/AIDS/sexually transmitted infections (STIs) related to women’s health, as well as cross-cutting HIV/AIDS/STI issues such as integrated service delivery and partner notification. She received her medical degree and diploma in preventive and tropical medicine in Burma, and her U.S. medical license from the State of Florida Board of Medicine. Click here to send an e-mail to May Post.
EHP Activity Manager,
Senior Specialist/Institutional and Human Resources Development
Rosensweig joined the Water and Sanitation for Health (WASH) Project in
1981, its first year, and remained through two additional WASH
procurements and the first Environmental Health Project in 1993. He
currently divides his time between his home firm, Training Resources
Group, where he is Vice President, and the current EHP. He specializes
in the design and implementation of training programs and systems,
institutional strengthening, and policy reform. He has managed scores of
field programs, has worked as a facilitator of national and regional
meetings, has overseen the development of numerous training guidelines
and materials for conducting institutional assessments and for carrying
out institutional strengthening activities, and has designed and managed
numerous technical assistance activities. In recent years, he has
worked on the decentralization of water supply and sanitation services
in five countries. Major assignments have been in Slovakia, Haiti,
Tunisia, Zaire, Ecuador, Sri Lanka, Estonia, El Salvador, Jordan, and
Early in his career, he served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Senegal and Cameroon, Peace Corps Associate Director in Tunisia, and Training Officer for the Africa Region in Peace Corps/Washington. He holds a master's degree in English as a Second Language from the University of California at Los Angeles. Click here to send an e-mail to Fred Rosensweig.
and Urban Health Director EHP/India
Siddharth Agarwal has more than 16 years experience in medicine, project management, and technical assistance. Before joining EHP as the India Country Representative and Urban Health Director, he worked with CARE India providing technical and programmatic support to projects for community-based child and newborn care. Mr. Agarwal was part of USAID’s review team that examined options for “Enhancing Child Survival Impact” of the current program. Prior to this, he managed CARE’s Maternal and Infant Survival Project in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Mr. Agarwal has experience working with the government of Uttar Pradesh’s Department of Health and Welfare as well as with the LLRM Medical College, Meerut. Mr. Agarwal is the author of numerous public health papers and has given presentations and talks on a variety of topics. He holds a degree in medicine from the LLRM Medical College in Meerut Siddharth Agarwal.
is sponsored by the Office of Health, Infectious Diseases and Nutrition,
Bureau for Global Health, of the U.S. Agency for International Development
Last modified August 18, 2004