- Clinical Instructor, Global Health
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I am currently the Country Representative for I-TECH Malawi leading a team of over 100 staff. I am a trained Pharmacist with Master degrees in Pharmacology and Business Administration. Before I joined I-TECH I worked with John Snow Inc. in Liberia as Country Director where I led implementation of health and nutrition projects. Before JSI, I was Deputy Country Director for Axios Foundation in Sudan where we worked as sub-recipient to UNDP on GATM project. I also worked as a Director in Partnership for Transforming Health System in Nigeria with DFID funding and as an Associate Director on USAID and CDC HIV/AIDS projects under PEPFAR. Prior to public health work, I was a lecturer in faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Nigeria for few years. My 25 years of experience working in private and public sectors especially on health systems strengthening and service delivery programs is quite resourceful. Ten years of my working experience were invested in key leadership positions. Application of this wealth of experience coupled with my desire to make greater impact in Public Health especially on RMNCH and disease prevention and control are my career goals.
- MBA (University of Maiduguri)
- MSc (Ahmadu Bello University)
- BPHARM (Ahmadu Bello University)
- Health Systems Strengthening and Human Resources Development
- Pharmaceutical Science
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