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.
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.
Med Makumbi is the project director of the Care and Treatment for Sustained Support (CaTSS) project. Previously, he served as project director of the Pro-ACT project. A public health specialist, Med has more than 20 years of experience in development work, management, governance, and public health programs, especially on HIV and AIDS, TB, and malaria in sub-Saharan Africa.
Dr. Nwokedi Ndulue is a public health physician with 15 years of experience in the field and specialty training in reproductive health. He currently serves as the deputy project director of the Care and Treatment for Sustained Support (CaTSS) project in Nigeria. Nwokedi’s expertise encompasses clinical care, training of medical and community health providers, capacity-building of community-based organizations, partnership development, and project implementation. He has technical and managerial leadership skill at both the facility and community levels.
Sarah Konopka serves as technical director and HIV and AIDS specialist for the African Strategies for Health (ASH) Project. She has more than 10 years of experience in program design and implementation, research, and policy analysis in HIV and integrated health programs.
Elke Konings has more than 20 years of experience designing and leading large-scale public health programs in developing countries, particularly in Africa. She has worked with MSH since 1998, and she has been a senior principal technical advisor since in 2012. In this role she contributes technical expertise in HIV and AIDS, infectious diseases, and maternal and child health to improve health outcomes in developing countries.