Andrew C. Musoke currently serves as the Country Director of the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) Uganda office.
CHAI is a global organization that works rapidly to improve market dynamics for medicines and diagnostics; lower prices for treatment; accelerate access to lifesaving technologies; and supports governments to build the capacity required for high-quality care and treatment programs. CHAI’s work in Uganda is primarily technical assistance to the Ministry of Health across HIV/TB, Malaria, Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health. CHAI’s support to MoH has included new drug, vaccine and diagnostics introductions into the public and private sector in Uganda, market shaping for essential medicines, piloting and scaling up of innovative health service delivery mechanisms and coordination of national stakeholders.
Mr. Musoke holds a Bachelors degree in International Studies with concentrations in Political Science and Economics from Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA and graduate training in Public Policy and Management from University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies. Mr. Musoke has extensive knowledge and experience working in Corporate Finance, health insurance systems and Organizational Systems Strengthening spanning several countries in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. He has managed engagements with multilateral donors and Foundations, including but not limited to USAID, CDC, UNITAID, UK Department for International Development, Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development and Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and others.
Prior to moving back to Uganda to head the CHAI office, Mr. Musoke worked as Senior Director of Operations at CHAI’s Boston Headquarters where he was primarily responsible for ensuring seamless field operations for over 25 CHAI country offices; including set up and close out of country operations, overseeing compliance and enabling project teams to effectively implement public health interventions efficiently and sustainably.
Mr. Musoke has previously served as the Chair of the AIDS Development Partners in Uganda – a group composed of the United Nations and bilateral agencies; and as a member of the Board governing Uganda’s Global Fund Country Coordinating Mechanism.