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Santerre was founded to move the needle on health, the environment, and our natural systems

Addressing challenges relating to health and the environment can be a task that appears monolithic and abstract, with solutions seemingly out of reach for any individual organization.

Santerre recognizes that major achievements are accomplished through the accumulation of individual efforts and incremental steps.  It aims to be an accessible resource to break down these complex issues into actionable tasks.

Santerre emphasizes the importance of understanding fundamental challenges that shape each context, and draws on extensive practical, hands-on experience developing solutions to operational challenges in resource-limited environments.

Mark Anderson profile

Mark Anderson

Chief executive

Mark is a mechanical engineer with a decade of experience working in the humanitarian health sector, focusing on logistics and operations in emergency and development contexts. 

He holds an MSc in Humanitarian Practice from the University of Manchester's Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute, where he focused on how environmental degradation and climate change affect health outcomes and disaster risk reduction strategies, and has studied at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.

His research and analysis has been published by Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders.

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