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.
Rahmat Sulaiman-Hassan is the director of finance and operations for the Care and Treatment for Sustained Support (CaTSS) project in Nigeria. Rahmat has more than 12 years of experience working on development projects in Nigeria, with a specialty in finance. She brings to MSH experience working with on USAID and DFID-funded programs, and she has worked extensively to lead, organize, systematize, and set up finance systems.
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.
Benjamin Akinmoyeje is the M&E and eHealth Advisor for the Care and Treatment for Sustained Support (CaTSS) project in Nigeria, and contributed to two 4-year predecessor MSH Nigeria projects (ACT and Pro-ACT) supporting people living with HIV & AIDS and TB, OVC, gender initiatives, and state and national HIV & AIDS agencies.
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.
Senior Technical Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation
Chinedu Chukwu is the Senior Technical Manager of Monitoring and Evaluation for the Global Fund Malaria Project in Nigeria. Before he transitioned to this project, he supported the MSH Nigeria Pro-ACT and CaTSS projects.
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.
Senior Technical Advisor, Community Services, HTS, OVC, and PHDP
Dr. Michael Dibor is a public health physician with 14 years of experience in public health. He currently services as Senior Technical Advisor, Community Services, HTS, OVC, and PHDP for the Care and Treatment for Sustained Support (CaTSS) project in Nigeria.
Dr. Andrew Etsetowaghan is a medical doctor and public health expert who brings over 10 years of experience to his role as prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) and maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) advisor at MSH. Andrew spearheads the strategic design and implementation of integrated PMTCT/MNCH services, including family planning under the CaTTS project in Nigeria, and coordinates the clinical unit. He also provides overall technical support to the CaTSS Project in the areas of Gender, Laboratory Services, OVC, ART and Quality improvement.