Dr. Alombah Fozo is a physician with over 26 years of experience in hands-on clinical and public health experience in his home country of Cameroon and implementing international health programs. As Senior Technical Advisor on the USAID MTaPS project at MSH, he provides technical leadership to the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) across the globe. His role focuses on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) containment, a key technical area of the International Health Regulation and GHSA action packages. Before this position, he served as Senior Technical Advisor for Malaria Clinical Care with the PMI/MalariaCare project led by PATH, providing technical leadership to consortium partners, headquarter teams, and the 17 countries implementing the WHO Test and Treat guidance for malaria case management. Fozo Alombah also served as Technical Advisor within the Global TB2015 project led by PATH, leading field programs in various countries implementing the WHO Stop TB Strategy. Among other highlights, Fozo Alombah contributed to developing the WHO MDR-TB Planning Toolkit published in 2012, led PATH’s Childhood TB initiatives, and worked with partner organizations to develop the framework to integrate Childhood TB into the community healthcare programs.
Dr. Alombah holds an MD from the University of Yaoundé, Cameroon, and a Masters in International Health from Brandeis University in the USA.
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