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A consultant surgeon and Senior Lecturer at the University of Cape Town, Kathryn has worked as a Surgeon and Epidemiologist in all Southern African countries where MSF has projects. Her expertise also includes governance and finance. Kathryn has contributed to numerous publications such as a paper for the World Journal of Surgery on associations with the perioperative mortality rate at a major referral hospital in Rwanda. She is also a member of the American College of Surgeons and the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons.
Walter has worked as an Electrical Engineer for MSF Southern Africa for over five years. He is also a Technical Auditor with extensive experience in conducting internal audits and ensuring that technical standards and internal controls are maintained. Passionate about poverty alleviation and providing humanitarian assistance, he is currently employed as a Technical Auditor at the Rural Electrification Agency of Zimbabwe.
With extensive experience working in the field as a medical doctor, Sohur Mire is currently a Gynecologist at Skane's University Hospital and Clinical Lecturer for Lund's University in Sweden. She started working for MSF in 2011 up to 2013, with her first mission in Somaliland with focus on intensive care patients, paediatrics and neonatal care and her second in South Sudan working in an emergency room and treating malnutrition. Sohur also joined the OCB Board in 2013 as a section representative for MSF Denmark - of which she also holds the OC's Vice President position.
Chipo is a Public Health professional who has been working in the humanitarian field for 12 years. Her experience covers both stable and complex emergencies. Since joining MSF, Chipo has worked in Zimbabwe, South Africa, DRC, Mozambique and South Sudan. Currently, she is the health cluster coordinator, for World Health Organization, Bentiu sub-office.
Gugulethu Loveliness Ngidi currently works for the Mpilonhle Organisation as the Clinical Supervisor situated in King Cetshwayo District, in the Northern region of KwaZulu Natal Province. Gugu first joined MSF SA Eshowe in 2012 to 2017 as the Health Promotion Supervisor and the Coordinator of the Mobile Testing with special focus in schools testing. Her passion has always been centered around people and development. Gugu has completed various courses and is currently completing a Bachelor of Arts in Health and Social Sciences degree.
Nthabiseng Moea has three years’ experience working with MSF in Lesotho as Logistics/Supply Assistant. She is very passionate about the Association and does voluntary sanitary pads distribution to vulnerable and orphaned young women. She was appointed country representative of the Association team in Lesotho in 2014. Since project closure, she joined the United Nations – World Food Programme as Logistics Assistant and is also pursuing a programme in Procurement and Supply with the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply.