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CCIH Executive Director Ray Martin to Receive APHA International Health 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award 

CCIH Executive Director Ray Martin has been selected to receive the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award for the 1500-member International Health Section of the American Public Health AssociationAccording to the APHA, the International Health Section award honors "the visionaries and leaders in APHA who have shaped the direction of international health." 

"I am honored to be selected for this award, and am especially pleased to be in the company of CCIH members who have received the award through the years, including Dr. Henry Mosley, Dr. Carl Taylor, Drs. Warren and Gretchen Berggren, Dr. Samir Banoob, Dr. Tom Hall, Dr. John Wyon, and Dr. Jack Bryant," said Martin. "I am sure that my long career with USAID and the World Bank was a factor in the selection, but that doesn’t distinguish me from many other professional colleagues. I believe it was my service with CCIH that resulted in the award. CCIH, with its members, has helped to bring greater visibility to the major role played by the faith community in global health. While it is a treasured honor for me personally, I want all of us in CCIH to share in this recognition." The award will be given on October 30, 2012 at the annual meeting of APHA in San Francisco. 

Ray Martin has been CCIH Executive Director since 2000. He has 45 years experience as an international development and public health specialist managing the design, implementation and evaluation of large health and population programs. In a 25-year career with USAID, he was chief of the Health, Population, and Nutrition offices in Zaire, Pakistan and Cameroon. Martin also served in Ghana and Morocco with USAID. Starting in 1992 he worked several years on African programs as a public health specialist at the World Bank. More about Ray Martin's career in global health

 
Last Updated ( Monday, 06 August 2012 15:38 )