Martin Allaby


Martin Allaby is a British public health doctor and researcher who has worked for ten years in south Asia and conducted field research in Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, the Philippines, Kenya, Zambia and Peru. During the Maoist insurgency and revolution in Nepal he helped the United Mission to Nepal focus its strategy on poverty reduction, and worked for the UK Department for International Development on health sector reform. His experiences have convinced him that corruption is a potent cause of poverty, and that the church needs to do more about it. He chairs an NGO in Oxford called Faith in Government and earns his living at the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence in London.

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