Treatment Support and Capacity Strengthening Advisor
Christopher Ogar is a professional with more than 12 years progressive experience in developing, implementing, and managing health and social development programs. He currently serves as the Treatment Support and Capacity Strengthening Advisor for the Care and Treatment for Sustained Support (CaTSS) project in Nigeria. Previously, he served as OVC Advisor and Community Care Specialist of the predecessor Pro-ACT project. Prior to joining MSH, Christopher Ogar served as Deputy Chief of Party for the USAID funded Links for Children Project jointly Implemented by Save the Children International (SCI) and Association for Reproductive and Family (ARFH); and as Associate Director, Sexual Transmission Prevention for the USAID funded Assistant and Care for Children Orphaned and At Risk (ACCORD) OVC Program with HOPE Worldwide Nigeria.
Christopher Ogar is a member of the Institute of Development Administration of Nigeria and holds three degrees from Nigerian universities: a Bachelor of Microbiology from the University of Calabar, a Professional Post Graduate Diploma in Community Development from the University of Ibadan, and a Master of Social Work from Ladoke Akintola University.