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Andrew W.

National Coordinator, Migration Health at the UN Migration Agency (IOM)

Master's DegreeUniversity of Dar es salaam



Dr Andrew WILLIAM is a public health professional with medical background and proven skills on program development and management. His experience ranges from project conceptualization, project cycle management, assessments to resource mobilization, knowledge management and managing health programs including planning, designing, budgeting, supervising, evaluating and documenting results. Andrew has worked in different capacity for various organizations including DKT International Tanzania, John Snow Inc. (JSI), SCMS and USAID|DELIVER Project, EngenderHealth-CHAMPION Project, Population Services International (PSI-RCC program), Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Family Health International (UJANA- ISHI Campaign) to mention just a few.


  • reproductive health
  • hiv/aids
  • development
  • implementation
  • systems
  • bloomberg philantrophies
  • tanzania
  • united states
  • Sectors
  • Funders
  • Countries
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