Kidwell Matshotyana is the project director for the Systems for Improvement Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) program in Swaziland. In this role, he collaborates with the UNFPA Swaziland office to coordinate reproductive health commodity security initiatives. He is a member of the Ministry of Health's supply chain technical working group, and he has more than 10 years of experience in pharmaceutical systems management, in both public and non-governmental sectors.
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.
Melissa Garcia is a technical adviser with the International Consortium for Emergency Contraception, hosted by MSH. Melissa develops and implements strategies to increase access to emergency contraception globally, and she leads engagement on advocacy, trainings, and awareness-raising with local partners in francophone countries.
Shafia Rashid is a senior technical advisor at the FCI Program of MSH. In this capacity, she supports advocacy and accountability projects on maternal health. Shafia has 15 years of experience managing and implementing policy and advocacy efforts at global and national levels.
Dr. Sheikh Asiruddin is a medical professional with 20 years of experience working with MOHFW and international NGOs in the area of health nutrition, immunization, MNCH and pharmaceuticals management systems strengthening. He played a vital role in liaison with donors, professional bodies, health directorates, and local managers in his career span.
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.