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Kyle Borces

Senior Program Associate

Kyle Borces is global health professional with experience working on a number of international health projects within the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research (icddr,b), Abt Associates’ International Health Division, and Georgetown’s Global Health department. He is interested in diving deeper into the global nutrition field through his new role at R4D.

As a program associate within the nutrition team at Results for Development (R4D), Mr. Borces supports both the Aid for Nutrition (A4N) and the Data DENT (Data for Decisions to Expand Nutrition Transformation) project teams with planning and implementing various technical and programmatic activities.

Mr. Borces’ graduate coursework at the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research focused on health systems strengthening research in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The public health research study examined the health systems facility and service configuration in Dhaka by mapping current health facilities relative to urban poor settlements. His team plans to disseminate and publish their research findings in a global health journal by the end of the year.

Prior to joining R4D, Mr. Borces worked as a research Intern at the Center for Strategic and International Studies Global Health Policy Center, where he supported their nutrition and health security portfolios. Prior to CSIS, he conducted public health research abroad with icddr,b’s Division of Health Systems and Population Studies. He also worked within Abt Associates’ International Health Division, providing M&E support for the USAID Health Finance and Governance Project. Previously, he served as a graduate research assistant at Georgetown’s Department of International Health.

Mr. Borces holds an MS in global health from Georgetown University and a BS in biomedical engineering from Bucknell University.

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