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Wede Leoni Seekey Tate

In her current role, she provides support in the design of effective integrated strategies for the sustainable, acceptable, and affordable case detection, referral, and treatment of SSSDs. She also contributes to the development of recommendations for the scale up of quality effective interventions within the existing health system infrastructure; and guides analysis of impact of human resource management practices on case detection, referral, and treatment of SSSDs with a specific focus on performance management perspectives. She has worked with the UL-PIRE on an HIV research project and has supported the Ministry of Health through WHO to finalize Liberia’s Neglected Tropical Diseases Master plan including strategy, budget, and one-year operational plan.  She obtained a Master of Public Health from Cuttington University in Liberia and studied Health Care Management in Tropical Countries at Swiss Tropical Institute of Public Health.