Final Report: HRH2030 in the Philippines

In the Philippines, HRH2030 supported the Philippines Department of Health (DOH) to strengthen recruitment, deployment, development, retention, and performance management of the health workforce.

Pushing Boundaries in Market System Development

As USAID’s flagship private sector health project, Frontier Health Markets (FHM) Engage envisions a world in which engaged market actors and consumers drive the private and public sectors to deliver equitable, quality care within responsive, resilient ecosystems. In practice, this vision for a healthy market is a government-stewarded health market that optimizes the public and…

Dr. Baz Semo

Dr. Baz Semo is a medical doctor and public health specialist with 30 years of experience in infectious diseases and health systems strengthening. She serves as the managing director of global health programs at Chemonics. Prior to Chemonics, Baz worked for ministries of health in several African countries, U.S. academic institutions, U.S. nonprofits, and the…

Jackie Sallet

Jackie Sallet has more than 25 years of combined professional experience in global and domestic public health in a variety of areas including HIV/STI and TB, donor coordination, health systems, and program management and oversight. Jackie holds a Master of Science degree in Infectious Disease from the University of London, and a Bachelor of Commerce…

Scaling HIV and TB Prevention and Treatment in Nigeria

Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, with approximately 40 percent of the population under the age of 15. Nigeria also has one of the largest HIV/AIDS burdens in the world, ranking 14th amongst the highest TB burden countries. Through USAID’s Nigeria Strategic HIV/AIDS and TB Response Program (SHARP), Chemonics is leading Nigeria SHARP…

Fostering Responsible Local Stewardship of Global Fund Grants

The Global Fund invested nearly $4 billion annually to accelerate the eradication of the HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria epidemics. To foster local ownership and participatory decision-making, the Global Fund looked to country-level, multi-stakeholder partnerships called country coordinating mechanisms (CCMs). These partnerships worked with organizations receiving Global Fund grants to develop programs, submit funding requests, and…

Daniel Taddesse

Daniel Taddesse has more than 18 years of pharmaceutical and public health development experience with government and development organizations, including project management, system design, capacity building, monitoring and evaluation and cultivating strategic relationships with stakeholders. Currently, Daniel leads a team of more than 150 in Ethiopia for the GHSC-PSM project. He has extensive experience in…

Benjamin Ongeri

Benjamin Ongeri is a pharmacist and a Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) with more than 15 years of pharmaceutical management experience. He provides overall strategic direction for the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program – Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project in Namibia. This includes leading the development of pharmaceutical supply chain systems strengthening technical…