Interim director, MACEPA
Lawrence Slutsker is the interim director of the Malaria Control and Elimination Partnership in Africa (MACEPA), a program at PATH, where he provides overall management, design, and technical leadership.
Lawrence also serves as director of PATH’s Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases Program and the Center for Malaria Control and Elimination, positions he has held since May 2016. He previously worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), where his tenure included more than 20 years of experience in the malaria field as well as staff positions in the HIV/AIDS and diarrhea disease programs. He earned his BS from the University of Michigan, his MD from Case Western Reserve University, and his MPH from the University of California, Berkeley.
Director for country programs, MACEPA
Duncan Earle is the director for country programs of MACEPA. He is responsible for the leadership of MACEPA’s field operations in Africa and its engagement with national programs and regional and global partnership mechanisms.
Duncan has nearly 30 years of experience in international development, including 14 years managing HIV/AIDS prevention and family planning programs in Africa and Asia. He has spent the past nine years working with global donors, national governments, and health partnerships to support scale-up of national strategies to address infectious diseases. Duncan earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Harvard University.
Senior technical advisor, MACEPA Ethiopia
Asefaw Getachew is a senior technical advisor for MACEPA as well as its country representative in Ethiopia. He works in partnership with the Federal Ministry of Health and others to implement recommendations for the Ethiopia National Malaria Indicator Survey.
A biologist trained in malaria control programming, Asefaw has more than two decades of experience in managing control of malaria and other vector-borne diseases in different parts of Ethiopia. His recent service in the health sector includes operational research and teaching. Asefaw received his MSc specializing in medical entomology and applied parasitology from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and his MA specializing in climate and society from Columbia University.
Senior director of country programs, PATH
Philippe Guinot provides leadership to PATH’s country directors and oversees the development of country and regional business pipelines. In his role, he is accountable for project execution and relationship management in the countries where PATH works.
Philippe also manages PATH operations in Europe; strategy development, partnership building, resource mobilization, representation, and relation with the authorities. He has extensive experience working in Senegal, France, Switzerland, Brazil, Australia, and the United States, and holds an MBA from the INSEEC School of Business in Bordeaux, France.
Senior administrative officer, MACEPA
Drawing upon 16 years of global health experience in budget development, procurement, contract administration, and program management, Edwin Hedvall leads MACEPA’s budgeting process. He drafts, negotiates, administers, and monitors the program’s contracts and subagreements, and collaborates in the development of annual work plans, the allocation of labor and resources, and the establishment of project management and support systems.
Prior to joining PATH in 2007, Edwin worked for five years at the USAID Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance, where he served first as program operations assistant and then as program operations specialist for the resources team.
Senior malaria technical advisor, MACEPA Zambia
John Miller is responsible for in-country technical guidance for MACEPA, overseeing monitoring and evaluation activities related to program implementation and impact and operations research. He is based in Lusaka, Zambia.
Prior to joining PATH, John established the global surveillance and monitoring database for malaria for the World Health Organization’s Roll Back Malaria (RBM) program and produced the 2005 World Malaria Report and the 2003 Africa Malaria Report. John received his doctorate in epidemiology and information systems from Tulane University. He also holds an MPH from Tulane University, an MA in international relations from the University of Kent in England, and a BS in biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Country director, PATH Senegal
Aminatou Sar is the country director for PATH in Senegal. In addition to PATH’s malaria activities in the country, she oversees PATH’s work in health system strengthening, supply chain management, reproductive health, non-communicable diseases, HPV vaccine introduction, immunization, and other health areas.
Aminatou has over 16 years of experience working in the human rights and child rights fields. She spent ten years with Plan International West in the central Africa regional office as child media projects coordinator promoting child rights through media in ten countries, and six years as head of Amnesty International’s Dakar regional office as a human rights education manager covering 13 countries in the western, central, southern, and eastern Africa regions.
Deputy director, MACEPA
Kammerle Schneider is the lead of MACEPA’s policy and planning team responsible for analyzing and influencing changes in policy, planning, and systems to accelerate the introduction and scale of new tools and approaches for malaria elimination.
Previously, Kammerle worked with the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative where she managed policy research and advocacy activities to accelerate the development of, and future global access to, a preventative AIDS vaccine. Prior to that, she was the assistant director of the Global Health Program at the Council on Foreign Relations. Kammerle holds a master of international affairs from Columbia University and a BA from the University of Washington.
Senior surveillance officer
Senior technical officer,
health information systems
Senior technical advisor
Senior program officer
Senior monitoring and evaluation officer
Senior program assistant
Communications and advocacy officer
Senior program assistant
Policy and advocacy associate
Senior project/team leader
RS and entomological surveillance officer
Community engagement officer
Communications and policy team leader
Monitoring and evaluation officer
Malaria program officer, Global Health Corps fellow
Planning and procurement coordinator
Financial accounting officer
Senior advisor and coordinator,
Chelsea Montes de Oca
Advocacy and communications officer,
Global Health Corps fellow
Procurement and logistics associate
Malaria surveillance specialist
Entomological surveillance officer
Applied behavioral communications officer
Monitoring and evaluation officer