Matt Reeve

Matthew is a medical doctor working in public health, with previous experience in digital systems for program monitoring, maternal and child health, harm reduction, and the design and evaluation of health programs. He has lived in South Asia for nearly twenty years, most recently working with the BMGF-funded Project ORCHID, a harm reduction program for HIV high risk groups in North-East India. He coordinates and teaches in several global health subjects for the University of Melbourne’s Master of Public Health, conducts consultancies in evaluation and capacity building for development partners, and carries out research in maternal and child health.

His current interests include the use and development of ODK-based systems for research and program monitoring, both in his work with the Bloomberg Philanthropies Data for Health Initiative at the University of Melbourne, and through his position as Technical Adviser at the Nossal Institute for Global Health.