Agnes is the current president of the Zambia association. She is a qualified nurse and has 4 years’ experience working with MSF. She is the current programme manager of Cervical Cancer Prevention programme for Zambia. Agnes also volunteers with Breast Cancer Prevention Centre.
Mamatsabu is a trained Chartered Accountant who has experience in financial service audits. She has worked for the Development Bank of Southern Africa and Ned bank. An entrepreneur at heart she co-founded MMN chartered accountants an accounting firm which provides accounting, capital funding, olutions and advisory services. In 2013 she was named Mail and Guardian top 200 young South Africa. Mamatsabu is also a mentor of Goldman Sachs-GIBS 1000 certificate program.
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.
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.
Dr Mohammed Dalwai has vast experience in high-conflict zones having worked in MSF missions for three years. His first mission was in Northern Pakistan, Timergara (2011 & 2013). He has also served in Libya (2011), Northern Syria (2012) and Sierra Leone (2013). Besides having worked for MSF SA, he as also worked for the South African Department of health. He is currently the director and co-founder of The Open Medicine Project South Africa. The Mail&Guardian named him among the top 200 youngsters in South Africa for the work he did in Pakistan and its contribution to global health.
Nthabiseng Moea has 3 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.
Sabine is an accomplished professional with a career spanning 21 years. Before joining Doctors Without Borders (MSF), where she has worked for 14 years, she was at the Clinton Foundation. Her expertise includes leadership and management, strategic and operational planning, policy development, programme and project management, research and analysis, policy shaping, networking, government affairs and advocacy. Sabine’s knowledge extends to having in-depth knowledge in geo-politics and humanitarian affairs. Through her work, she has gained extensive field experience across Southern and Central Africa, the European Union, Russia and Asia and has performed successfully in challenging settings, multicultural environments and with the pressure of multiple responsibilities.
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.