Principal Technical Advisor
Antoine Ndiaye, PharmD, MBA, is a seasoned public health manager and leader with more than 20 years of demonstrated experience leading and managing a diverse variety of capacity building, HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, commodity security, and maternal and child health projects. Dr. Ndiaye is currently the Country Director for LMG/Cote d’Ivoire, overseeing and coordinating all Leadership, Management and Governance activities in country to support the Global Fund Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) and Principal Recipients (PRs) to build their capacity in the areas of leadership, management, and governance; monitoring and evaluation; supporting Ebola preparedness and response and building capacities in supervision; and resource mobilization; to strengthen governance practices including advocacy, strategic planning, coordination, development of guidelines, and the application of regulations and information within the Departmental Health Directorates and Regional Health Directorates and in the private sector in five health regions with funding from USAID and the Global Fund.
Prior to this position, Antoine Ndiaye worked as the Principal Technical Advisor for Center for Leadership Management, conducting scoping visits to Benin, Cote d’Ivoire and Burkina/Bobodioulasso as Team Leader, provide technical and/or management support to LMG field support activities with new and emerging countries including Cote d’Ivoire, Benin, Liberia and Guinea, in management and leadership, RH/FP, RHCS, HIV/AIDS or other related technical areas. Prior to this, Dr. Ndiaye served as Project Director for MSH’s Leadership, Management and Sustainability (LMS) Program in Haiti, a $12M USAID-funded project, with a $20M program modifier. He oversaw and coordinated all LMS activities in country and managed more than 45 staff members. He has built a strong, dedicated team to manage the LMS/Haiti project. He has designed and implemented numerous innovative approaches to build capacity in leadership, management, and governance at all levels of the health sector, such as community and youth-oriented leadership programs. His approach to developing leadership, management, and governance allows for flexibility to adapt and select tools that will best strengthen local NGO and public sector partners, including MOH staff from the central to the Health Department level.