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Olivier Onvlee

Health Systems Strengthening

Olivier Onvlee, MSc, is an advisor in the health systems strengthening team at KIT, with a focus on governance, Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and Human Resources for Health (HRH).

Recent programmes include capacity building and evaluation of local governance programmes in Uganda and Somaliland, support for the HRH national strategy process in Greece and field research on the political economy of HRH in Malawi.

His work often focusses on fragile and conflict affected settings, including missions to Somaliland and the DRC. Additionally, Olivier works on KITs strategy and business development, including for SDG House.


  • Cash and Voucher Assistance for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Settings and Fragile States

    • Institute
    • Project

    Cash and voucher assistance (CVA) refers to programs where cash or vouchers, exchangeable for goods or services, are directly provided to community members. CVA can help improve access to and the utilisation of health services, by reducing direct and indirect financial barriers and incentivising the use of free preventive services. There is also a growing […]

  • IDEAL – Inclusive Decisions at Local Level

    • Institute
    • Project

    In fragile states, there is often a significant gap between what the state can deliver and what the citizens need or expect. The participation of citizens contributes to inclusive decision-making. It improves local governance and the delivery of basic services, makes local governance more sustainable and increases welfare and stability. The Inclusive Decisions At Local […]


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