Suleiman Kimatta is currently the MSH country representative for Tanzania. Suleiman works as MSH Tanzania's senior program associate for the Strengthening Pharmaceutical Systems (SPS) project, specializing in maternal and child health. He has over 23 years of experience with child health programming at institutional and community levels.
Suzanne Diarra is a global health expert with 20 years of experience providing technical advisory, strategic design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation services for health programs in developing countries. She currently works as a senior technical advisor for the SIAPS program, focusing on reproductive maternal, newborn and child health
Veronica Triana has over 15 years of experience managing global health projects. She began her career working for MSH on the BASICS II child survival project, and went on to hold positions with the Micronutrient Forum and CORE Group, an association of maternal and child health nonprofits.
Seneca Moore, PhD, RN brings over 10 years of clinical, research, and public health experience to MSH. She has worked both domestically and abroad developing, implementing, and researching technologies for providers and patients to improve quality at the point of care.
Voahirana Ravelojaona has more than 20 years of experience in community health, maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH), and nutrition. Prior to her current role as the MNCH specialist for the MIKOLO project in Madagascar, she worked on the four previous phases of USAID-funded bilateral projects.
Dr. Jill Keesbury leads the Technical Strategy Team in MSH's Health Programs Group. She is an internationally recognized expert on reproductive health and family planning, with a strong track-record of designing and implementing innovative programming across Africa and Asia.
Adama Sanogo is a monitoring and evaluation specialist at the FCI Program of MSH in Bamako, Mali, with over 10 years of experience working in reproductive health and family planning at the community level, including in adolescent SRH.
Nongma Sawadogo began working as the interim director of programs for the FCI Program of MSH in Burkina Faso in March 2014. In this role, his responsibilities included technical management and coordination of projects, implementation of field activities, development of training curricula, and the management of project finances.
Anton Luchytsky is a global health expert with more than 20 years of experience managing and implementing public health projects in developing countries. In his current role at MSH, focuses on the design and development of strategies and solutions for improved global health security, coordination of operations, and program development.