Haji Mrisho Lukamba
6 years’ experience in refugee’s emergency intervention in Burundi, Rwandan refugees in Tanzania Camps and DR Congo, as health Information team supervisor with GOAL IRELAND and Community Service Supervisor with AEF, community outreach worker, health Logistics with NPA, Logistician with MSF Kasulu and Mtwara, Capital Logistician with MSF Dar Es Salaam and Country Logistician with Ingenieria Sin Fronteras. In South Sudan with Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) as Hospital Logistician. In Najaf-Iraq with Medecins Sans Frontieres OCBA. As RRMP Senior Logistician with Merlin/Save the Children International DR Congo Goma With MSF/Epicentre for its Research Centre in Mbarara Uganda as Mission Logistics Manager. Worked Emergency Medical Logistics Coordinator Mbandaka and Beni DR Congo.
Samson C Emelike
Self-motivated and progress-driven Senior Technical Officer with an extensive background in Procurement and Supply Chain Management industry, with a long-standing record of initiative and innovation. I have developed and executed strategies that I believe will bring value to any organization. Throughout the course of my career, I have honed my collaborative, leadership, and supply chain expertise in coordinating PSM activities at national, state, and LGA levels with proven track records. I am an astute problem solver capable of prioritizing and managing complex projects with proficiency. My work experience involved projects funded by USAID, the Global Fund, DFID, and locally funded programs.
Procurement Supply Chain Management Specialist, National TB/Leprosy Program, Ministry of Health—Zambia. Holds a Masters of Supply Chain Management from the University of Bolton as well as a Bachelor of Pharmacy and an MPH from the University of Zambia. He has 10 years of experience in TB and HIV program planning, management, implementation, and review. He has worked with WHO/AFRO as a PSM consultant, focusing on commodities for the hepatitis, HIV, CHBC, STI, and TB programs.
Anas Abdul Wally
He is country ambassador of Empower School of Health in Sudan.
He is in Public Health by Profession. He has also worked as a Malaria Coordinator. He also worked Disease surveillance in Ghana Health Service.
Veronica Letitia Deen
A pharmacist with about 19 years of experience. She has worked in medicines regulation, pharmaceutical quality control laboratory, maternity and paediatric hospitals, and community pharmacies and is currently with the National HIV/AIDS Control program. She is a fellow of the West African Post Graduate College of Pharmacists specializing in Public Health Pharmacy. She is familiar with Global Fund proposal writing processes and grant implementation. She is passionate about health supply chains.
A self-motivated, client oriented Supply Chain Management Specialist with strong sense of personal/professional ethics, integrity, a big appetite for quality improvement and accountability to improve stewardship of organisational resources. Highly experienced, result driven, innovative and highly conscientious individual with 17 years of comprehensive experience in driving thought leadership in procurement and supply chain best practices. Extensive experience in procurement and contract management, tender management, development assistance, general logistics and procurement training together with a solid understanding of financial management and reporting systems.
He is working as a Supply Chain Consultant(Independent Contractor)Supply Chain Consultant(Independent Contractor) with Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc
Chief executive Officer (CEO) - Kenya Slum Youths Development Organization (KESYDO) (Jan.2022-Date)
Regional Head of Programmes - Action Africa Help International (Jan.2021-Dec.2021)
Empower Ambassador (Kenya) - Empower School of Health (India)
Area Manager - Action Africa Help International (Jan.2018- 2020)
Operations Manager - Action Africa Help International (Feb.2017-Dec.2017)
Procurement and Supply chain specialist with (HDI) (Dec.2015-Jan.2017)
Logistics Manager in Kenya Red Cross Society (March 2013 - Nov.2015)
Laboratory Logistics Coordinator (SCMS/MSH) March.2009 -Dec.2010)
Ambassador of Peace Kenya (2008) - Universal Peace Federation
Logistics Officer at Dadaab Refugee Camp (IMC) (Oct.2011 - Feb.2013)
A self-driven pharmacy professional committed to the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases since 2012. A wide range of research experience in HIV, tuberculosis, and global health supply chain management. Graduated from Makerere University College of Health Sciences in 2015. He is passionate about global health and logistics management, especially targeting infectious diseases.
She is currently working as a Director with Epiphania Pharmacy wih 10+ year of total experience in supply chain management.
Through my work experience in the varied settings, I have developed skills in procurement and inventory management; people management; analysis and design of efficient and cost effective warehousing and distribution solutions; business process outsourcing; supply chain planning; international logistics; consulting and advisory services; engineering supply chain; research and leadership. I am a quick learner and can adapt to any environment. I am also open to diverse cultural settings as I have worked in such environments. I am an avid listener and I always aim to deliver results. I have a flare for numbers and have the ability to develop and implement new ideas. I am also a focused, well organized and action-oriented problem solver who thrives on innovative challenges. I have excellent interpersonal skills in a variety of working environments, including private sector, public service and nongovernmental organizations.
Public Health Supply Chain Specialist with more than thirteen years of experience in the field. Apart from being a health professional; he is also a linguist capable of speaking four international languages fluently. These are Kiswahili, English, French, and German. He was trained as a Pharmacist at the University of Dar es Salaam. He’s also a scholar in International Cooperation and Development. He has accomplished a number of assignments in Pharmaceutical Supply Chain, Medicines Registration, Program Reviews, and Program Manuals Development.
The Head of Pharmaceutical Services in the Harare City Health Department. She is a Public Health official, Health Procurement Specialist, Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Management Specialist, Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response Pharmacist, with over 20 years of experience in a senior management position in both the public and private health sectors. She has worked with the donor community on several health programs and pharmaceutical supply chain management activities for over 10 years. She is result-oriented, focusing on honey and not the collection of nectar.
She holds an Executive Masters in Business Management from Midlands State University in Zimbabwe, a Post Graduate Diploma in Global Health Procurement and Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Management from Empower School of Health, and a Bachelor of Pharmacy Honors Degree from the University of Zimbabwe.
Wango Gwe Francis
PSCM professional with over 8 years of experience, specializing in resource-constrained settings. Proficient communication, negotiation, and multi-disciplinary interactive skills developed through years of international correspondence and interaction with manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, transit companies, and customs. Facilitator, mentor, lecturer, and examiner with experience in curriculum design for lower/middle cadre pharmacy personnel in production, health center, and hospital settings. Experience in designing short-term communication and pharmacy courses for nursing/pharmacy students. Focused and results-oriented. Value for family and empathy for the underprivileged. Willing to learn at every turn and open to sharing knowledge unreservedly.
A motivated public health professional with over 6 years of experience in the field, he currently works in the health information system and disease surveillance at the Ministry of Health, Puntland, Somalia. Mr. Abdirisak got his Master's degree at Lincoln University of Malaysia in Public Health in Nursing. He shares part of his time to deliver public lectures, train in academia to develop the capacity of medical and health science students, and has published two academic papers in his field.
Danjuma Ahmed Haruna
A public health pharmacist with more than 6 years of experience and specialty/expertise in supply chain management of public health and global health commodities (HIV, malaria, TB, MNCH, vaccines and immunizations, nutrition, IPC, and emergency responses). He has worked to ensure commodity security and universal health coverage in all kinds of humanitarian situations. He has a strong familiarity with the national supply chain management systems of the MoH (NHMIS), LMIS, and MCLS. He also has years of experience in Project Management, Economic Evaluation, Health Systems Strengthening and Financial Analysis in public health. He is also an advocate of Drug Revolving Fund with Health Insurance to ensure sustainable, affordable, and accessible healthcare for all.