For more than 20 years, Martha has worked with government and non-governmental agencies to design, implement and evaluate advocacy programs to improve women's sexual and reproductive health and rights, with a focus on maternal health. At the FCI Program of MSH, she oversees this program's work in Africa and Latin America.
Fatimata Kané, Project Director for the FCI Program of MSH in Mali, has over 25 years of experience in reproductive health and gender programming, focusing on management of health, socioeconomics, and education services. Ms. Kané started her career as a midwife, receiving her training in social administration and a Masters in Social Development from the University of Bamako’s Institut National de Formation des Travailleurs Sociaux. Since 1989, Ms. Kané has worked with both local and international public health organizations, including Save the Children, the Center for Development and Populations Activities (CEDPA), and Family Care International, focusing on sexual health and gender-based public health programs. As Project Director, Ms. Kané manages projects for the FCI Program of MSH in Mali, serves as the point of contact for financial and technical partners (including local and international NGOs and organizations), and supports the growth of the FCI Program of MSH in Mali.
Since 2012, Adama Sanogo (MBA) has led the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for the FCI Program of MSH. Mr. Sanogo has over ten years of experience working on community health programs in Mali, supporting programs focused on adolescent reproductive health, family planning, combatting gender-based violence, and increasing community engagement in development activities. He also has strong experience in leading community-based family planning sexual and reproductive health and communication interventions. Mr. Sanogo serves on the national board of GBVIMS trainers (the UNFPA-suppored system used to track and monitor cases of GBV in Mali), and he is a member of Di Monitoring, Channel 2, and other national committees.