News – Skill mix and competency

Photo: HRH2030 Project Director Dintle Molosiwa catches up with one of the Community Healthcare Workers at a community football field in Gaborone where she usually meets some of her clients. Dr. Dintle Molosiwa joins HRH2030 as the new project director for our Botswana activity. Prior to joining Chemonics, Dintle...

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 that,...

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 in...

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 health...

This post originally appeared on the Frontline Health Workers Coalition blog. Health workers can be powerful change agents to address equity. We’ve seen frontline workers heroically fight Ebola. We’ve seen them overcome stigma and their own biases to provide quality HIV services. What if we could...

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 understand...