Michael Umoren is the laboratory systems advisor for the USAID-supported Prevention Organizational Systems AIDS Care and Treatment (ProACT) project, which provides HIV and AIDS treatment, care and prevention services in Nigeria. A medical laboratory scientist, Michael holds a master of business administration and a master of public health. Previously, he worked as the laboratory lead for a project aiming to decentralize HIV and TB services in rural areas of Nigeria. He joined MSH with about 20 years of experience working in both the private and public health sectors in Nigeria. His areas of interest include capacity building, equipment management and laboratory commodities logistics.
Raymond Byaruhanga is the project director for the MSH/TRACK TB project in Uganda. A medical doctor with over 15 years of experience in HIV and tuberculosis management, he has both international and in-country experience.
Robert Tuala Tuala is the senior technical and provincial coordinators' advisor for the SIAPS project in Democratic Republic of the Congo. A pharmacist with more than 20 years of experience, Robert works with the ministry of health to strengthen pharmaceutical services, and he is in charge of HIV and AIDS commodities management and distribution in PEPFAR-supported provinces.
Sam Faromoju is the state team lead for the ProACT project in Kwara State, Nigeria. A population economist, he has more than 20 years of experience in HIV/AIDS, family planning, and maternal and child health. Previously, he managed a family planning program at the Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria, and he also coordinated a maternal, newborn, and child health and HIV/AIDS program at the United Nations Population Fund.
Suleiman Toranke Ibrahim is the state team leader for the Prevention Organizational System for the HIV/AIDS Care Treatment and Support (ProACT) project in Sokoto State, Nigeria. A public health physician, Suleiman has more than 10 years of experience in HIV and AIDS in resource-limited countries.
Wonder Goredema is a pharmacist, epidemiologist and public health specialist. He currently works as a senior technical advisor for the Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Systems (SIAPS) project. He has more than 25 years of experience improving pharmaceutical management for public health, and he has held several senior positions, including at the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health.
Zahedul Islam is the country project director of the Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Systems (SIAPS) project in Bangladesh. His role is to ensure technical support to the government of Bangladesh in pharmaceutical system strengthening.
Aziz Abdallah is a public health physician with more than a decade of experience managing, coordinating, and evaluating global health programs in sub-Saharan Africa. He has worked extensively with ministries of health and nongovernmental organizations in setting up sustainable sexual and reproductive health, tuberculosis, and HIV programs in the public sector, including strengthening networks between community health providers, supporting prevention and behavior change campaigns, and expanding services.