Dr Alozie Ananaba MD, MPH, MWACP
Alozie is a medical doctor and public health expert with over 20 years senior level experience in designing and managing large scale public health programs at both national and International levels.
Alozie was a Fund Portfolio Manager with the Global Fund where he was responsible for a portfolio of grants for Botswana, Zimbabwe, Malawi and the regional SADC grants. Alozie also held senior level positions with the World Health Organization, The United States Centre for Disease Control Global AIDs program, (CDC-GAP), The United States Department of Defence HIV programme in Nigeria (US-DOD) and UNICEF.
Alozie has also consulted internationally for UNDP, UNAIDS, WHO, USAID, UNITAID and several other International NGOs. He has vast experience at developing and managing partnerships with Governments and other International agencies with the USG, EU, DFID, CIDA and the UN family as examples.
He has authored several strategy level documents including the Presidential Comprehensive Response Plan for HIV/AIDs in Nigeria; The Nigeria Malaria Strategic Plan (2014 -2020); Global Fund proposals for Nigeria, South Sudan, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Kenya, Lesotho and Sierra Leone.
Alozie holds a medical degree from the University of Nigeria; a Masters’ in Public Health from the University of Lagos; a Management diploma from the Thunderbird School of Global Management Switzerland and a Membership of the West African College of Physicians.
Managing Partner and HSCL Board Member
Dr Nkata Chuku MD, MSC
Nkata is a public health specialist with over 14 years experience in designing and implementing strategies for increasing access to health care for those at the base of the pyramid. His expertise includes developing health systems mechanisms, policy analysis and development and the application of impact and cost effectiveness analysis in choosing health interventions/approaches.
Nkata was a part of the senior management team at FHI 360 responsible for increasing the country’s portfolio from $215million to over $400million within 4 years. He was also responsible for managing a portfolio of about $20million per annum and played lead roles in developing FHI 360’s successful proposal for US government (USAID AND CDC) totalling over $550million.
He also developed and managed KPMG’s Healthcare Advisory Practice for West Africa and International Development Advisory Strategy for Nigeria. He has also provided technical assistance to governments at the regional, national and sub-national levels. He supported the development of several strategy documents including the National Strategic Development Plan (NSHDP) 2010 – 2015, National HIV/AIDS Strategy 2009 – 2013 and National Tuberculosis Strategic Plan 2015 – 2020 and was a member of the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) technical team that reviewed Nigeria’s UHC agenda and proposed implementing strategies.
He has also consulted for international NGOs including USAID and DFID. Nkata holds a medical degree from the University of Lagos, Nigeria, an MSc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing from London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London and a Diploma in Public Health from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSTHM).
Founding Partner & Secretary to the HSCL board
Dr. Pat Youri is a medical doctor with specialist qualifications in Paediatrics and Public Health. He has more than three decades of professional experience working in Sub-Sahara Africa and the United Kingdom.
As an independent international public health consultant, he has consulted extensively for many governments, CSOs, and funding agencies including major international donor agencies USG (USAID & CDC), DFID/UKAID, the European Commission, the World Bank, the Global Fund, and the UN System.
Chairman, Board of Directors
Rosemary is a Public Health professional with vast experience in Tanzania’s health sector across both private and public sub-sectors. She supports and leads HSCL projects in Tanzania.
She is an expert in Procurement and Supply Chain Management; Business Development; Human Capital Development; Operations Research both Quantitative and Qualitative and Economic Evaluations of public health programs.
While working with CHAI as Director of Programmes in Tanzania, Rosemary successfully supported the implementation of HIV service delivery programmes in rural settings; Improved availability of HIV commodities; supported the pilot for the AMFm project which transformed to a national programme. She also led the strengthening of the logistics system and developed the Pharmacy module for a commodity management tool which changed the management of HIV commodities in Tanzania.
Country team Lead Tanzania
Country Team Lead Sierra Leone