Paul Lalvani has over 25 years of experience and has worked in developed and developing countries with health and humanitarian organizations. He has advised board members, ministers of health and heads of state on strategy, vision and impact. Besides the shiny boardrooms, he has spent several years on the dusty roads and last-mile clinics of Kabul, Port Moresby, Sokoto and Sana’a.
As the founder and Group Director of Empower, Paul has been spearheading the Digital Learning in Global Health Initiative—revolutionizing the way people learn, work and save lives! This initiative plays a key role in designing, developing and deploying digital learning platforms and digital content for Ministries of Health, UN agencies, International NGOs and Private Sector organizations.
Some of the organizations that Empower has supported include: Ministries of Health of more than 30 countries, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, President Kufuor’s Foundation in Ghana, The Global Fund, George Soros’ Open Society Institute, World Health Organization, Roll Back Malaria Partnership, UNICEF, Global Fund, Asia Pacific Leaders’ Malaria Alliance, UNAIDS, and others.