Dr. Ndinda Kusu is a Country Project Director with the USAID-funded and MSH Implemented Medicines, Technologies and Pharmaceutical Services (MTaPS) Program. She is an experienced public health, program management and health system strengthening specialist with over 20 years of experience working with public, private and faith based health sectors strengthening pharmaceutical systems to increase access to and use of medicines and health technologies.

She has done immense work in governance, health systems assessments, human and institutional capacity development; development and implementation of policies, guidelines, curricula and tools; training; implementing operational research and continuous professional development; supporting continuous quality improvement, promoting rational use and curbing antimicrobial resistance; and strengthening regulatory systems with enhanced focus on post marketing surveillance and pharmacovigilance (PV) to promote patient safety. Ndinda holds a Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy (Nairobi) and Masters’ degrees in Clinical Pharmacy (Queens University of Belfast) and Public Health (University of Liverpool).

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