4 Staff members listed
Awel M. SETARGEW
Finance & Admin Manager
Under the direct supervision of the Executive Director, Mr. Awel Mezgebe ensures the effective functioning of the financial operations and systems in support of the Bureau and office management. He works closely with the Bureau staff providing financial monitoring and analyses of projects and advising the Executive Director on expenditure trends and implementation rates.
Josephat is not a stranger to the African Constituencies, having worked for the Bureau for just over two (2) years when he joined as the Policy Analyst. Prior to joining the Bureau, he worked with USAID/Zambia as Capacity Development (Local Solutions) Advisor in the Health Office where he was the mission’s lead for institutional strengthening among local actors, including government and civil society entities.
He brings to the Bureau sixteen (16) years of development management experience public health, spanning program management, institutional strengthening and global health policy mostly around Global Fund and PEPFAR (USAID) programming. He worked with the Churches Health Association of Zambia (CHAZ), a Principal Recipient under the Global Fund where he managed their HIV portfolio where he served in various portfolios culminating in Program Manager and later on as Planning and Development Manager focused mostly on designing and implementing the organization’s strategy. He later joined USAID/Zambia and pioneered the mission’s institutional strengthening initiatives among local awardees, including through Government to Government (G2G) awards.
Armelle Nyobe has more than 10 years of experience working on sustainable development issues with gradually high responsibilities across the west and central Africa sub-region. She started her career with WWF Western and Central Africa Office where she spent 7 years working on social media, inter communication, press relationship, project implementation in the fields.
Dr. Abdoulaye Ciré ANNE
Francophone Policy Analyst, May 2019-May 2020
Physician graduated from the University of Cheikh Anta Diop in Dakar in holder of 2 degrees of specialization. A degree in public health from the same University and a degree of specialization in Management of Health Services from the High School Center for management studies designed and financed by ECOWAS (CESAG).His technical skills are focuses both on HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis care and treatment programs, reproductive health programs and the Health Strengthening Systems and management including the financing of health systems. I am very comfortable inthe process to establish the partnership with National and International NGOs, the management of decentralized health facilities and building a big relationship with stakeholders.
From February 2016 at present he assume the leadership and the day to day management of the CCM Secretary; Assist the President of the CCM in the coordination with of the in country members and partners and the Global Funds Headquarters relationship. From April 2016 to April 2017 I am designated as the communication Focal Point for the West and Central Africa Global Fund Board Constituency. From May 2018 to May 2020, I am appointed as Global Fund Strategic Committee member.
Strategic Information Advisor
Paul joins the Bureau as the Strategic Information Advisor. Prior to joining the Bureau, he worked for UNICEF Zimbabwe Country Office as an M&E Consultant in the HIV Programme. He brings to the Bureau nearly eighteen (18) years of strategic information and evaluation experience, most of which has been spent around HIV and AIDS programming. He began his public health career with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and later with John Snow Inc., in Zimbabwe. He also worked as a Senior Researcher with Social Surveys and later as Data Manager/Biostatistician with Wits Health Consortium in South Africa.
In 2006, he joined the Secretariat of the Southern African Development Community in Botswana as a Regional M&E Specialist where he worked for 7 years providing M&E support to 15 Member States comprising of Angola, Botswana, DR Congo, Eswatini, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. During that time, he was instrumental to the writing and to the successful award of a $34.3 million to the regional HIV and AIDS project by the Global Fund. In 2013, he joined a $60 million PEPFAR funded project as the Strategic Information and Evaluation Director for an HIV programme implemented by the Families and Communities for the Elimination of HIV in Zimbabwe.
Over the lifespan of his career, Paul has acquired skills around systems strengthening, development of M&E frameworks, resource mobilisation, and capacity building in the area of strategic information.
Paul has a BSc in Applied Mathematics with Computer Science (Zimbabwe), an MPH (University of Liverpool, UK) and a PhD in Public Health majoring in Epidemiology (Walden University, US).