Dr. Liow Chee Hsiang is a member of the GDI East Asia board and a senior lecturer in the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health (National University of Singapore) since 2016. He currently lectures both Master and undergraduate students in global health, programme design/ implementation/ monitoring / evaluation (DIME).
Prior to that, Chee Hsiang worked in Bless China International (a US-based NGO in Yunnan Province) China for 14 years where he was the Managing Director of Operations and chairman of the General Management Team overseeing about 20 public health and global health projects including village doctor training, medical and dental clinics, HIV prevention and care, sex-workers projects, physical rehabilitation centres for the disabled and cerebral palsy children, autism centres, orphan prevention, orphan foster care projects and disaster relief. He has also been involved in several global health programmes in the Greater Mekong Region including HIV prevention, TB, and community-based healthcare. He has undertaken various evaluations in the region including China and Cambodia.
He advises a number of Singapore-based and International VWOs/NGOs and agencies in programme monitoring, evaluation and research (including the National Council of Social Services, Lien Aid, TOUCH Community Services, Children’s Cancer Foundation). He is also on the board of Bless China International.