Country Representative, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Philippe Tshiteta is the Country Representative overseeing all projects in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). As SIAPS Country Director, he led the activities that made the DRC Drug Regulatory Authority to start functioning normally and fully, developing the national database of registered medicines and controlling the registration of new ones. Dr. Tshiteta has Bachelors of Medicine, training in Surgery, a Post Graduate Certificate in “Managing Health and Social Care,” and a pending Master’s Degree of Public Health.
Lucie Zikudieka is currently the Senior Technical Advisor of MNCH for the Integrated Health Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Based in Kinshasa, Lucie has more than 20 years of public health experience as a nurse-midwife, supervisor, program manager, trainer, and facilitator....
Narcisse Naia Embeke is the child health senior technical advisor for the Integrated Health Project in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC-IHP). A physician with more than 10 years of experience in primary care, he has worked alongside the Congolese Ministry of Health to support child survival programs.
Dr. Ousmane Faye is currently the project director of the Integrated Health Project (IHP), a five year (2010-2015) USAID-funded project that aims to increase access to and availability of high-impact health services, products, and practices in the DRC. As leader of MSH’s largest bilateral project to date, Ousmane has cultivated and maintained positive relationships with USAID, the DRC Ministry of Health, and numerous other partners and NGOs.
Rood Merveille joined MSH’s office in the DRC as COMU Director in May 2014, bringing over a decade of international development finance and administration experience. Prior to joining the MSH-DRC team, Mr. Merveille served as the LMS-Haiti Deputy Project Director for MSH....
Delmond Kyanza is an experienced program manager who currently serves as director of the World Bank-financed Integrated Social Services for Improved Maternal and Child Health Project (PASMISSI) in Haiti.
Matthieu Koy Matili is the nutrition senior technical advisor and field office supervisor for the Integrated Health Project (IHP) in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Prior to working for MSH, Matthieu was chief physician at Budjala General Hospital and medical director for the health zone of Budjala, where he gained experience in primary and maternal, newborn and child health care.