Country Director, Tanzania, Amref Health Africa
Dr. Florence Temu is the Country Director for Amref Health Africa in Tanzania. As a Country Director, Florence provides oversight for the country program, leads Amref's strategic and technical direction and identifying health intervention priorities, managing donor relations, and driving strategies for fundraising and resource mobilization. Before assuming this role, Dr. Florence had worked for Amref Health Africa in Ethiopia and Tanzania as a Project Manager, Head of Programmes, Deputy Country Director, and Country Director. With Amref, Florence has spearheaded a number of initiatives that include the development of country strategies, technical reviews, and development of program-specific strategies. She has served as a technical advisor on Non-Communicable Diseases programming, and led program development and design for a range of health interventions (in Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health; Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health; HIV and AIDS; and Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene). Before joining Amref, she was the Head of Cancer Prevention Services Division at Ocean Road Cancer Institute in Tanzania and a general medical practitioner and researcher under maternal and HIV research projects at Muhimbili National Hospital. Dr. Temu holds a Degree in Medicine, a Masters in Public Health, a Diploma in Palliative Care, and a University certificate in Geriatric Health Care Management. Florence had served as Vice Chairperson for the Medical Women Association of Tanzania, and is a member of the Institute of Directors of Tanzania, Global Women Leadership Network, and White Ribbon Alliance Tanzania’s Board of Directors.
The Uzazi Uzima Project's work to build the capacity of healthcare workers to provide high-quality services has improved access to reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health services—including family planning—in northern Tanzania's Simiyu Region.
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