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human services administrator

Julian Peter Lob-Levyt, British human services administrator. Royal Society Tropical Medicine fellowship, Royal Society Public Health fellowship.


Lob-Levyt, Julian Peter was born on October 12, 1956 in Solihull, United Kingdom. Son of Pierrette Anne Lob-Levyt.


Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Bristol Medical School, 1980. Master of Science, London School Hygiene And Tropical Medicine, 1989.


Chief medical officer solomon islands United Kingdom Government, Auki, 1985—1988, health and population adviser Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1989—1992. Research fellow London School Hygiene And Tropical Medicine, 1992—1994. Health system team leader World Health Organization, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 1994—1997.

Regional health adviser European Commission, Harare, Zimbabwe, 1998—1999. Chief health and population adviser Department for International Development, London, 1999—2003. Senior policy adviser executive director Joint United Nations Programme on Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Geneva, 2004—2005.

Ceo GAVI, since 2005.


Married Elizabeth Anne Goodburn. Children: Rachel, Lawrence.

Pierrette Anne Lob-Levyt Lob-Levyt

Elizabeth Anne Goodburn

Rachel Lob-Levyt

Lawrence Lob-Levyt