Fozo Alombah | Principal Technical Advisor
Management Sciences for Health

Fozo Alombah, Principal Technical Advisor, Management Sciences for Health

Dr Alombah, Fozo is a physician with over 16 years’ experience providing technical assistance to international health programs, in addition to 13 years of hands-on clinical and public health practical experience gained in Cameroon, his home country. He currently serves as Principal Technical Advisor on the USAID MTaPS project at MSH, providing technical leadership on the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) portfolio across 13 countries. His current role focuses on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) containment, a key technical area of the International Health Regulation (IHR) and GHSA. He is the technical lead for infection prevention and control and outbreak preparedness. He provided technical leadership to MSH’s IPC response to the COVID-19 pandemic in 17 countries. Before this position, he served as Senior Technical Advisor for clinical care with PMI/MalariaCare project, led by PATH, providing technical leadership to consortium partners, headquarters, and country teams in the 17 project countries. Fozo Alombah also served as Technical Advisor within the Global TB2015 project led by PATH, providing technical support and leadership to field programs in 14 countries implementing the WHO Stop TB strategy.  Fozo provided technical support to the Department of Defense (DoD) to train the first country assessors of emergency preparedness in the Africa Command countries, using the EMAP Assessment Tool. Fozo Alombah contributed to the development of the WHO MDR-TB Planning Toolkit published in 2012. He led PATH’s Childhood TB initiatives, working with partner organization of the Core Group to develop the framework to integrate Childhood TB into community healthcare programs. His work also includes the background paper used as an advocacy tool to engage different stakeholders supporting the UN Commission on Life-Saving Commodities to introduce Oxytocin in the immunization cold chain. Before joining PATH, Dr. Alombah provided expertise in several international health programs including working with USAID, WHO and GAVI to support immunization efforts in the Central Africa sub-Region; and with USAID, CDC and WHO to implement injection safety and healthcare waste management programs in 10 countries around the world.  Dr. Alombah holds a MD from the University of Yaoundé, Cameroon, and a master’s in international health from Brandeis University in the USA.


Day 1 - World Antimicrobial Resistance Congress & Disease Prevention Control Summit 2024 @ 11:20

Panel: Building the framework: Sustainable lab strengthening in LMICs

last published: 12/Jun/24 19:45 GMT
last published: 12/Jun/24 19:45 GMT

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