Serge Raharison, MD, MSc, has 28 years of experience in public health program implementation, design and management. He graduated from the Medical School of Antananarivo and earned his Master’s Degree from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He started his career as a frontline care provider in humanitarian crises, then gradually led the implementation of health and development initiatives with MSF, CARE, JSI, Chemonics, FHI360, and others. In the late 2000s, Dr. Raharison was appointed by the Government of Madagascar as Secretary General of the Ministry of Public Health in his native country, before moving to the US to join the USAID Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) team in Washington DC, from where he supported country programs in the DRC, Guinea, Rwanda, Mali, Liberia, and Haiti. In March 2019, Serge returned home to Madagascar to work with MSH.