Dr. Moses Adibo
Dr. Moses Adibo, a former Director of Medical Services in Ghana (1986-1993) and a Deputy Minister of Health of the Republic of Ghana (1998-2000) contributed significantly to health development at the national and international, levels. His areas of expertise include Health Planning and Management, Health Sector Reforms, Evaluation of Health Systems, District Health Systems Development, Policy Analysis, Primary Health Care, Health Care Quality Assurance and Financial Management. For several years, he was a Part-time Lecturer in Health Policy, Planning and Management at the School of Public Health in the University of Ghana.
In Ghana, he consulted for Catholic Health Services, the National TB Control Programme and JICA-Ghana. Beyond Ghana, he was provided consultant services to Ministries of Health in La Cote d’Ivoire, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and The Gambia. He has also been involved with the Christian Medical Commission in Geneva, DFID, Save the Children’s Fund, and Partnership for Transforming Health (PATH), UNICEF and the WHO.
Based on his experience, he is keen on ensuring that all children are immunized against the immunizable preventable diseases, hence, his eagerness to see the establishment and rise of ISFUND in Ghana and Africa