Performance and productivity

Dr. Dintle Molosiwa joins HRH2030 as the new project director for our Botswana activity. Prior to joining Chemonics, Dintle worked as a health management and financing consultant at University Research Co. Additionally, Dintle has worked at the Botswana Ministry of Health in the Department of...

Dr. Matar Camara joins HRH2030 as the new project director for our Senegal activity. For fifteen years, Matar served as the principal technical specialist for USAID/Senegal in health system strengthening including health policy development, health system decentralization, and health care financing components. Prior to...

Balla Kandeh is the program manager for the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) in The Gambia. As a public health specialist and entomologist, he has more than 25 years of experience with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare across various regions and districts...

Elizabeth (Liz) McGehee joins HRH2030 as the new project management unit director for the Capacity Building for Malaria (CBM) activity. Liz is a public health specialist with seven years of experience working on USAID-funded programs with Chemonics. Liz received her master’s degree in public...

Nene Sory Binda Ba is a nurse in Dakar, Senegal. When she arrives at Grand Yoff General Hospital, she understands where to go, who to report to, and the services to provide to patients in need. Working alongside Nene are passionate colleagues who also...

Kesaobaka Dikgole is a senior quality improvement advisor with HRH2030 in Botswana while also serving as a country representative for the University Research Co. (URC). She oversees the technical team to design, test, and evaluate care innovations to improve patient-centered HIV care as part...

Under the patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Muna Al-Hussein, HRH2030 facilitated a national event on June 25 to promote women’s leadership in the health sector. Minister of Health, H.E. Prof. Mahmoud Al Sheyyab welcomed close to 250 health and gender stakeholders, noting that...

On May 9, 2018, HRH2030 joined government officials and healthcare professionals to launch the health professional relicensure bylaw. The bylaw, drafted with technical and operational support from HRH2030, requires healthcare professionals to renew their licenses on the basis of continuing education in order to...

With officials from the Department of Health, local government representatives, and stakeholders from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, HRH2030 celebrated the launch of its new Philippines activity on May 29 with an event entitled, “Investing in the Health Workforce Saves Lives.” USAID/Philippines Director Lawrence Hardy...