Janeen Madan Keller is a senior policy analyst and assistant director of global health at the Center for Global Development. Since joining CGD in June 2015, her research has covered a range of topics including global health financing and aid effectiveness, among others. Previously, she spent two years in Dakar, Senegal, where she worked with the U.N. World Food Programme supporting nutrition and food security programs across West Africa.
New research by the Center for Global Development unveils major problems with how self-procuring middle-income countries buy and access lifesaving health products. Janeen Madan Keller and Kalipso Chalkidou explain and chart a path forward.