Greatjoy Njabulo Mazibuko is a pharmacist and public health practitioner. He works with the USAID funded Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) program for MSH in Namibia as a Senior Technical Manager. In this role, Mr. Mazibuko oversees and co-ordinates SIAPS/Namibia’s governance and regulatory affairs, capacity building, management information systems and pharmaceutical service related activities. He has worked with the organization since 2008 and has had experiences in Swaziland as a Senior Technical Advisor for the Pharmaceutical Services cluster. Previously, he served as the Senior Pharmacist and acting Chief Pharmacist: National Medicines Policy Co-ordination under the Division of Pharmaceutical Services in Namibia. In this capacity, he was tasked with the planning, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the various components of the National Medicines Policy and the Essential Medicines Program. Mr. Mazibuko has a Master’s degree in Public Health, Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honors) degree and a postgraduate diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation Methods. He is fluent in most African languages spoken in Southern Africa, and English.