Solutio Global has been founded by Dr. Sudeep Singh Gadok and Ms. Deepali Nath.
Dr. Sudeep Gadok, FOUNDER & DIRECTOR
Dr. Sudeep Gadok is MD, PPHC and has nearly 20 years’ experience in International Development and Global Health across continents including Africa and South Asia. He has extensive strategic and implementation experience in international development, child protection, child rights governance and child participation has nearly 20 years’ experience in international development, health and nutrition, child protection, child rights governance and child participation, education, DRR. He was Director of Programs for Save the Children, India and led the design, planning and successful execution of over a 100 projects across 17 states in India
Dr. Sudeep Gadok was also a member of the global Thematic Leadership Group of Save the Children International. Dr. Sudeep along with the UN Representative to India also co-inaugurated the global mobilization and citizen engagement that saw participation of thousands of people in India and the world over urging the global leaders to adopt and ratify the Sustainable Development Goals at the United Nations General Assembly. Previously Dr. Sudeep has worked for both the UN Agencies, namely, the World Health Organization and United Nations Children’s Fund where he worked closely with children on technical, implementation, communication aspects. He also designed the Social Mobilization Strategy for the global polio eradication effort and led one of the largest teams in behaviour change communication and community engagement.
Ms. Deepali Nath, FOUNDER & DIRECTOR
Ms. Deepali Nath has over over 28 years’ experience, both at the national and international level, working in the development sector. She has extensive experience of managing complex multi partner projects and in taking leadership positions. She has expertise in undertaking research, monitoring and evaluation and impact assessments. She has spearheaded the design and implementation of numerous MIS, both for government and non – government institutions.
Deepali Nath has led the ORG Centre for Social Research, a division of the Nielsen Company. Her last role was the head of the Knowledge Management department in Save the Children. All research, evaluations and assessments, and monitoring were included in this unit. She also led the M&E unit at Clinton HIV/AIDS initiative. This entailed working with the NGO partners to engage them in the roll out of the pediatric HIV/AIDs program. Further she has been engaged in the development of numerous MIS, including the CMIS for NACO, the MIS for adult and pediatric HIV patients registered at the ART centers for NACO, for VCTC and PPTC centers for the State AIDS Control Societies of Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra, conceptualization of the CMIS for the supply chain and the end customer i.e. farmers for the low cost irrigation products promoted by International Development Enterprise (IDE). She also spearheaded the case tracking mechanism at Save the Children. She led the publication of two flagships report at Save the Children: Forgotten voices: The world of urban children in India and WINGS 2014: The World of India’s Girls